About

Making words make sense

Inklecomms was established by Rosalind Moffitt, following research on the effectiveness of plain English and Easy Read.

Rosalind has worked in communications in all sectors, and has gained specialist insight as a Speech and Language Therapist working with people with low literacy and communication impairments.

Inklecomms’ techniques are informed by a strategic approach and evidence based knowledge of language, literacy and disability.

Rosalind combines degrees in clinical and corporate communication, giving a broad view of content, strategy and accessibility. She is a member of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists (RCSLT) and contributed to the development of NHS England’s Accessible Information Standard. Rosalind is also a judge for the BMA’s patient information awards and a reviewer on the Patient Information Forum (PIF)’s Sounding Board.

Vision

Our vision is to establish language accessibility as integral to communication practice, aligning accessibility with business responsibility, effectiveness and sustainability.

Our clients

Please click on each image to read about our work.

The Royal Marsden Hospital

Department for Work and Pensions

 

 

 

Visit EnglandVisit Scotland

 

 

Northern Neurological Alliance