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The Web Accessibility Initiative (WAI) are developing a series of short promotional videos to introduce and promote web accessibility for disabled people:
- http://w3c.github.io/wai-showcase-examples/Overview

They are urgently looking for disabled people in London with the following profiles:
- Someone using voice recognition (eg. quadriplegic);
- Someone using a head-stick (eg. spasms);
- Someone using captions and (visible) hearing aid;
- An older person with tremors;
- A young person (preferably child) with Down-Syndrome;

They are looking to film in London on 17 March. These are all non-speaking roles- you just need to show what you do to operate websites and apps. You would need to sign a release form for the filming, and would receive compensation.

If you're interested, get in touch with Shadi - shadi@w3.org

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