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"GREAT JOB!!!! Lots of information that I still didn't
even know about! WOW!! Everything's all in one place and it's WONDERFUL
to see this web site providing so much information that is necessary
for every deafblind [person] to know about."
— Adrienne Haugen, deafblind consumer in rural Minnesota.
"We think you've done a great job on the family resource guide.
It is easy to navigate the site if parents want more detailed information."
— Karen and Ken Wojcik, parents of a young child
with CHARGE syndrome.
"I like [that the site emphasizes the] positives like uniqueness
and empowerment, [and that it is] clearly written for understanding."
— Wendy Williams, deafblind adult in southern Minnesota.
"Here in Maryland and the DC area, news of your site
is circulating and everyone is excited that you have come into existence…
Thanks and keep up the great work."
— Toni Hollingsworth, Enhanced Services Coordinator
at Maryland School for the Blind.
"A very nice site, excellent design, tasteful original
graphics, and you have provided your visitors with content that is informative,
entertaining, presented well and easy to access. A worthy enterprise
and a positive contribution to the Web."
— Bill Darling, Administrator of the Critical Mass
Award for Web Sites.
"Now this is a well done and informative site! I
found it very interesting. I think a quote from the web site speaks
volumes; ‘The contents of this web site could change the life
of someone experiencing vision and hearing loss - in Minnesota or in
another part of the world. Help make information about Deaf Blindness,
dual sensory loss, and related resources accessible to everyone.’"
— Reviewer, B. H., Talking Hands Award for Accessibility
Certified Web Sites.
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"The high-contrast alternative is fantastic. Good job!"
"I looked at the site and it looked very good. They have put a
lot of effort into making it accessible, and it was."
— David Andrews, Chief Technology Officer at Minnesota
State Services for the Blind.
"I explored it briefly, using JAWS for Windows 4.0
with a Braille Window refreshable braille display. It was very easy
for me to navigate the page… The site seems very accessible to
speech and braille computer users, and it's got tons of great info on
it. Great job! "
— Nancy Hefner, Technology Teacher at Texas School
for the Blind and Visually Impaired.
"Your team has done an excellent job of providing
a well-organized, informative site with access keys, proper alt attributes,
links with descriptive titles, alternative stylesheets, relative font
sizes, etc. …I've passed the URL along to my volunteer team to
study as a model for making TCDeaf.com accessible to DeafBlind users.
— Alicia Lane, Web Redevelopment Coordinator of
"It is one of the best sites on both deafness and
blindness that I have ever seen. Most sites that look so good are far
from accessible, but yours is outstanding for its accessibility."
— William Graczyk, Webmaster of The Blind Readers'
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