Form I 693
Therefore, the best form for accessibility is one that is interactive and can be completed using the computer. Users with disabilities can complete these forms using assistive technologies such as screen readers, Braille devices, speech recognition systems, alternative keyboards, and countless others.
Like all documents though, electronic forms are not automatically accessible. Key considerations when creating an electronic interactive form are: Labels and prompts must be explicitly associated with the fields they represent. Otherwise, users who can't see the form may be unable to tell which labels and prompts accompany which fields.