Many of the programs using SARAW, along with other materials and tools for developing literacy skills have partnerships with literacy/educational organizations (community literacy and colleges) and disabilities and rehabilitation organizations. The survey report is available at www.nald.ca/fulltext/study/final/report.pdf.
In 2000, Macht conducted a study, "Literacy and Disability" that examined barriers to employment and education, and made thirteen recommendations to improve accessibility and participation in literacy programs for adults with disabilities. While strides have been made to improve literacy programming for adults with disabilities, there remains a great need for action on these recommendations. It is our hope that this guide will help you take action. The LaDS project addresses four of the thirteen recommendations:
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