I am super excited about this website! I use YouTube quite a bit with my kids with visual impairments and cerebral palsy. The fact that there is a resource out there that is beginning to think of websites that are universally designed for all speaks volumes!! When I learned about this resource through Quality Indicators for Assistive Technology, I knew I needed to share it on this blog.
A more accessible Youtube means that more children with special needs will be able to access their favorite videos to an appopriate level of independence.
Please note, if you are working with a child that is accessing a computer with motor impairments, you might still need a switch interface