You might find the following resources helpful for making your teaching more accessible:
Introduction to Inclusion: What does it mean in practice? will give you some ideas as to how to remove some barriers to learning altogether across the institution, not just on an individual basis.
The presentation Inclusive Communication and Interaction will guide you through inclusive communication and interaction with respect to various types of disability. This is an open educational resource you can adapt and re-use.
Inclusion at Goldsmiths provides in-depth information on how to address inclusion with respect to different forms of face-to-face teaching (e.g., lectures, seminars/tutorials, and practice-based sessions) and associated materials (e.g., hand-outs and lecture slides).
The presentation below supplements the resource Inclusion at Goldsmiths: