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Thanks for another great article Bill. We have recently been working on evaluating and helping a team improve the accessibility of some software related to healthcare. It introduced another major issue in requiring users with disabilities to use others for help. That issue is privacy.

If the forms are inaccessible in similar ways to what you described the affected person must share private information with a helper to complete the tasks.

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