Creating Accessible Print Materials and Providing Alternate Formats
You should take this workshop if you create print materials for the public, such as brochures, flyers/posters, reports, booklets, etc. This workshop addresses required accessibility notices and provides many ideas for making printed materials more readable for everyone. Bring your own documents for review!
Some people with disabilities have difficulty reading regular print materials due to their low vision, cognitive disability, or dexterity problems. Access laws require King County programs and services to provide print materials in alternate formats, such as large print or Braille. This workshop will also cover how to provide alternate formats quickly and at low cost.
The Maleng Regional Justice Center (RJC) is at 401 Fourth Avenue North in Kent. The Jail Community Room is not in the main RJC building – it's south across the walkway. Enter the main door to the jail complex, go down the hall and through the double doors. The Community Room is on your right (before you reach the security screener). Look for the Disability Awareness Workshop sign!
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Maleng Regional Justice Center, Jail Community Room
401 Fourth Avenue North, Kent, Directions: www.kingcounty.gov/courts/SuperiorCourt/nmrjc.aspx