Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to provide a commentary on Mander's paper on people with learning disabilities' first-hand experience of accessible information. Design/methodology/approach: The commentary reflects on some of the findings presented by Mander and builds on these, with particular emphasis on what it means to understand information. Findings: Everything from initial product design to building capacity and constructing knowledge requires expertise and attention to detail. Originality/value: There are no easy fix solutions to achieving understanding of information for people who have learning disabilities.
- Learning disabilities