Accessibility Resource

Closed Captions


• Captions - generates text automatically as you speak, can edit afterwards

• Teleprompter - can read from a script as you record, the script becomes the captions


• My Clear Text - Speech to Text Reporting o Stage Text - For live and digital performances

Audio Description

• Ai Media - recorded and live audio description - Closed Captioning, Subtitles, Audio Description services from Ai-Media

Image Descriptions/ Alt Text

• Guidelines for Creating Image Descriptions (

• Social Media Accessibility: A Guide to Alt Text on Social Media I Tua Agency

Planning an Accessible Event

At the Event

• Schedule comfort/ rest breaks

• Have padded and comfortable chairs

• Have a quiet space where people can go to step out of crowded environments

• Make it hybrid/ having online access available

• Have a BSL translator

Advertising the Event

Accessibility Statement

• When posting about an event, it is helpful to post an accessibility statement. You can find a generator here.

Choosing the Venue

Questions to ask when approaching a venue:

• Is the entrance step free?

• Do you have accessible toilets? If so, what features does it have?

• Is there level/ lift access to all parts of the venue?

• Are there induction loops?

• Are Guide dogs allowed?

• Is there parking nearby?