One of our aims is to ensure that all women and girls are aware of our services and can access them should they need them. With this in mind we’re pleased to be launching Recite Me technology on our website.
Recite me is an inclusive digital technology that allows individuals to access the information on our website in a way that suits their individual needs. It has over 100 languages available and has a wide range of features to support people who are neurodiverse, visually impaired, speak English as a second language or for a variety of reasons may struggle with reading from a screen.
Domestic abuse can affect anyone, and we want to make sure that our services and the information around them are as accessible as possible.
1 in 5 people in the UK has a disability that can prevent website users from reading and understanding online content. Those who are most susceptible to access barriers are those who struggle with:
- Decreased vision
- Learning difficulties
- Language/linguistic problems
- Attention disorders
- Physical disabilities
Recite Me assistive technology provides support for all of these, making our website inclusive and a place where people can access information hassle-free.
It is designed to be user friendly, so just click on 'Accessibility' in the top right corner of our website, and have a look around to see how the features may improve your experience.
For more information and videos on each of the features, visit reciteme.com