Learning & Behaviour Charitable Trust of New Zealand
"As we cater mainly for those who have limited understanding of the written word but are able to understand the oral word, BrowseAloud has proved to be invaluable. I look forward to the continuing assistance of this wonderful programme well into the future."
Moira Buchanan, Founder & Advocate
Specific Learning Difficulties Association of South Australia (SPELD, SA)
"SPELD (SA) is a non-profit organisation that supports children and adults with specific learning difficulties, such as dyslexia. Our website is a compendium of information about learning difficulties, SPELD services and ways to help people with literacy problems. In all our literature, we recommend the use of text to speech software. Therefore, it is very important that our website be text-to-speech enabled. Our experience of BrowseAloud has been excellent and we recommend that all Australian websites provide access to this facility. BrowseAloud is an important aid to those who find reading hard and I look forward to the day when every website is text-to-speech enabled."
Sandy Russo, Software Advisor, IT & Publication Manager
The Hills Shire Council
"The Hills Shire Council has an ongoing commitment to accessibility and speech enabling our websites with BrowseAloud helps us to improve accessibility for those Australians who have difficulty reading online content."
Almitri Dubash, Information Technology Officer
Novita Children's Services
As an agency that provides support to children with physical disability, accessibility is very important to us. BrowseAloud has improved accessibility to the Novita websites for the 20% of Australians who have difficulty reading online content.
Tim Ziersch, Manager Information Services
Western Region Disability Network (WRDN)
"We use our website to share information with our members on a weekly basis. This is an invaluable means of communication, but for some people, it can be difficult to read text on the screen. With BrowseAloud, we have improved this situation for many of our website visitors."
Helen Adams, Executive Officer
International Paralympic Committee
"With BrowseAloud the IPC is adding yet another feature to make sure that our website is accessible and preferred by as many users with or without a disability as possible. We thank Texthelp Systems Ltd. for making this possible."
Xavier Gonzalez, CEO