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Provides information about the use of computer technology for disabled adults and children. Sections on access for disabled, adapted equipment, suppliers etc.
ableize disability directory
Covers all aspects of disability from arts, education, sports and support and contains the largest UK disabled groups and clubs section on the Internet with listings for all UK counties.
Provides a wide range of services concerning disabled accessibility including consultancy, training and accredited practical advice on disabled access to and within buildings. Most of their work is for companies/builders and traders/government bodies where access consultancy and audits are required.
Has information and free downloads on making adobe products, such as pdf files more accessible. Also has an online pdf converter.
centre for accessible environments
The leading authority and resource in the UK on inclusive design and access to the built environment for disabled and older people.
disabled living foundation
Advice about equipment available for disabled people. Online fact sheets available.
Dyslexia Action is a national charity that takes action to change the lives of people with dyslexia and literacy difficulties.
enabled by design
This is an online community of people sharing their loves, hates and ideas, about assistive equipment. The site has product reviews.
google accessible web search
Searches for information on the web and lists it in order of accessibility for those with impaired sight
A disability consultation and service provider specialising in Occupational Therapy, the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 (DDA) and Vocational Rehabilitation. Has a client base spread across London and the South East and is run by a team of Occupational Therapists with experience in working within both the private and public sectors. Some free services and information.
Introduces skilled, professional volunteers to VCS organisations looking for help with IT projects and promotes volunteering among IT Professionals and companies. Also builds IT capacity in the Voluntary and Community Sectors (VCS).
Provides a selection of audiobooks to people across the UK who find it difficult or impossible to read due to illness or disability.
Provides accessible curriculum resources to support learners who cannot use standard print materials, particularly those with dyslexia or who are blind or partially sighted.
Provides guidance on wheel chair options, mobility aids, disability resources, and recreational outlets that enhance the lives of individuals of all ages who need mobility assistance.
royal national institute of blind people
Comprehensive site - Gives guidance on presenting information for blind and partially sighted people on the Web.
the sequal trust
Aims to bridge the communication gap by supplying specialist communication equipment for disabled people of all ages across the UK..
Information and expertise in the form of simple, easy-to-use software tools and services that automate website usability and accessibility testing and repair.
web accessibility initiative (wai)
Concerned with accessibility of the Web through work: technology, guidelines, tools, education and outreach, and research and development.
world wide web consortium (w3c)
Aim is to make the Web accessible to all. Seeks to apply common standards to web design to achieve this.
Provides information for disabled people on motoring, travel, work, money, health, computing, equipment and available shopping discounts.