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Video calling apps can help maintain connection and community online, even if you’re unable to in person. Here’s an overview of the best video conferencing apps for accessibility.
As people adjust to remote working and self-isolation from Covid-19, the need for accessible technology is even greater.
More than ever, people are relying on video conferencing technology to learn, work and socialise. Many users are rediscovering the power of video calling platforms. Others are learning how to use them for the first time to talk to family. But the rise in remote working and living is presenting barriers as well.
Mental health and loneliness during the Covid-19 outbreak is a concern. For people at home, audio and video conferencing can help reduce feelings of isolation. Government advice recommends keeping in touch with loved ones online for your mental health and wellbeing.
Find more here information about the best video conferencing apps and software for accessibility here.
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