Disabled People Working From Home - Free and Low-cost Software

There is a lot of general advice and top tips about remote working being shared online but AbilityNet is keen to focus on people with disabilities and the challenges they will face in remaining productive.

This session was delivered live on 1 April 2020 and is available as a recording, below. It focuses on free and low-cost software options to help disabled people be productive at work and in Higher Education.

This includes:

  • Maintaining focus
  • Notetaking and organisation
  • Time management
  • Managing your mental health.

AbilityNet specialises in the ways that technology can help disabled people be productive in the workplace. Our experts provide one-to-one assessments for employees and are very used to the needs of remote workers and students in higher education.

They also know about a range of free and low-cost solutions which may be a useful stop-gap in such changeable times.

This session is of use to employers and employees, and includes practical tips as well as links to other useful tools. It also includes plenty of time for questions from the audience.

The webinar used automatic captions and a recording has been shared with everyone who registered. 

Webinar recording, slide deck and transcript

A captioned recording of the live webinar is available on YouTube and on-demand below, along with a transcript and the slide deck used during the webinar.

Disabled People Working From Home Free and Low-cost Software - AbilityNet webinar slides via SlideShare

Date of webinar: 
1 Apr 2020 - 13:00