Making Documents More Accessible

Making Documents More Accessible


Whether you’re preparing information for staff, community partners, or the individuals you serve, you don’t need to be an accessibility expert to make your documents more accessible to readers of all abilities. Join Steve Kelley as we explore some of the simple ways to make documents more user-friendly and where to find additional guides and resources for taking the next steps.





Steve Kelley, CVRT, CRC, CATIS

Headshot of Steve Kelley. Steve is wearing a tuxedo in a low lighting room.Steve found his way into the field of blindness rehabilitation and assistive technology as a computer user trying to stay in the game with a vision impairment himself. Steve received master's degrees in Blindness Rehabilitation and Rehabilitation Counseling from The University of Arkansas at Little Rock and has several professional certifications—CVRT, CRC, and CATIS. Most of Steve’s experience is in working with adult learners face-to-face in their homes or in a center-based program.

Steve works as a specialist with the Assistive Technology Team at Hadley, helping develop training workshops, working with members remotely, and co-hosting several Hadley discussion groups. You can also find Steve at and as one of the regular writers for AFB AccessWorld and