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typography, drawings, graphic design, illustration cover, and electronic resources (Bright Hub Project Management, n.d.). The use of both strategies will assist in effectively communicating to clients with vision and hearing impairments. V. Content of Message to be Delivered The content of the message being delivered will consist of the following. ADA requirements for communicating with disabled clients The benefits of creating printed and online material for clients with vision and hearing impairments Resources available to implement the new communication strategy How hearing and vision impaired clients will benefit from the new communication strategy VI. Tools and Communication Channels Tools Printed Material- Informative brochures and web page educating management and employees about the need and available resources that will assist in making the change. Channels
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3 Internet- Constructing an informative page for employees to view on company website. VII. Tone/Position Being that this is a sensitive topic the tone of the message will be positive. A positive tone helps to deliver a clear message and influence the audience to buy into the idea that it is being presented (Geraghty, 2017). No buy in is necessary due to ADA requirements, however, the tone VIII. Metrics for Evaluation Questionnaires will be utilized to evaluate the accessibility of program information to hearing and vision impaired clients. The following metrics will be used to measure the effectiveness of the material Accessibility- This will be used to evaluate ease of use of printed material and online webpage.
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