Barrier-Free Accessibility How-To

It’s not only physical barriers that make interactions between people with and without disabilities difficult. It is also necessary to address mental barriers, insecurity, and a lack of knowledge and experience.

Below, we’ve put together short checklists with tips and recommendations to eliminate barriers for people studying and working at WU and to make it easier for people with and without disabilities to work together.

Word, PowerPoint, etc.: Designing Barrier-Free Documents

This checklist includes some things you can do to create accessible, barrier-free documents.

Accessibility on the web: tipps and tricks

Dos and Don’ts for Events

This checklist is intended to assist you in planning, preparing, and holding barrier-free events.

Accessible Teaching

This checklist is intended to help ensure barrier-free accessibility in the courses you teach.

Let’s talk: Attentive and Appreciative Communication Instead of Isolation

Below you can find a number of tips and recommendations to ensure an appreciative and respectful atmosphere in the interactions between people with and without disabilities.

It’s Easy: How to Become a Registered Beneficiary

In the following paragraphs, you can find information on how to apply for an official notification confirming your status as a registered beneficiary under the Disabled Persons Employment Act.