The DAISY Consortium exists because of its members and their valuable contributions. We provide a platform that enables individuals and member organizations to improve inclusion at global, regional and national levels. Read our Annual Reports to learn more about our work. DAISY members support inclusive publishing, develop new standards and technologies, and are a part of the global accessibility movement.

Membership Levels

DAISY offers a variety of membership levels suitable for everyone:

Benefits of Membership

Less than 10% of published information is available in accessible formats. Together, we can drastically improve access to information. We help those who can’t use printed materials because of a visual, physical, perceptual, developmental, cognitive, or learning disability. Individuals with temporary disabilities also benefit from our work.

Join a Collective Voice Around the World

  • Collaborate with disability communities and international organizations such as W3C, IFLA, WBU, ABC and WIPO
  • Influence the ongoing development of accessible standards and open source tools
  • Participate in the DAISY Consortium’s work toward equitable solutions to copyright and digital content management issues

Have Access to Knowledge and Support for Competitive Advantage

  • Access experts who contribute to DAISY Consortium’s technical development work and coordinate discussions across the Consortium
  • Join membership-only lists and working groups
  • Test your products and services
  • Participate in ongoing training including workshops and webinars
  • Receive support for use of the DAISY Consortium’s non-proprietary open source tools
  • Enjoy discounted rates at select conferences

Expand Your Reach. Find New Customers

  • Networking and marketing opportunities in an international environment
  • Visibility for your organization / company and its services / products via the DAISY Consortium website; DAISY social media channels can amplify your content reach
  • Access to a rapidly growing worldwide customer base consisting of direct consumers, organizations and companies


Individual Supporters

Bernhard Heinser, Switzerland
Bill Kasdorf, United States
Luc Audrain, France
Lynn Leith, Canada
Markku Häkkinen, USA / Finland
Nicholas Hoekstra, USA
Roger Firman, United Kingdom
Stephen King, United Kingdom