Thus, people with visual, hearing or learning disabilities, cognitive limitations, reduced mobility, photosensitivity, etc. and combinations of these features can navigate the site through features that have been implemented to ensure this access, such as high contrast, shortcut keys, keyboard navigation, sign language translator, among others.
This site has better accessibility when accessed on the most up to date versions of your web browser.
Always use the latest version of your software.
Support ContactIf you find any accessibility issues on this website’s pages, you can contact our development team and point out the difficulties encountered through the email below:
Support ContactThe Hand Talk website was developed and created by our partner Acesso para Todos , a web technologies company that specializes in creating visually appealing, functional and accessible websites for all audiences, with modern features, quality content, easy and intuitive navigation.
Browser Shortcut Keys
Microsoft Edge and Google Chrome:
- “Alt + 1” – go to the content
- “Alt + 2” – go to the menu
- “Alt + 3” – go to the footer
- “Alt + 4” – Access this Accessibility Help page
- “Alt + number” and then press 'enter'.
- “Alt + Shift + number”
- “Shift + Escape + number”
Safari and OmniWeb:
- “Ctrl + number”
Assistive TechnologiesSuggested programs available for people with disabilities
Visual Impairment Software
- Nitrous Voice Flux: controls the computer by voice. Free;
- NVDA: screen reading software - multiple languages (Windows). Free;
- YeoSoft Text: screen reader in English and Portuguese;
- Jaws for Windows: screen reader - multiple languages;
- Virtual Vision: screen reader in Brazilian Portuguese (Windows);
- DOSVOX: system for the visually impaired people (Windows or Linux).
Note: Read the screen reader manual for the best way to navigate webpages.