Resource Centre

A library of resources designed to support businesses and not-for-profit organisations
develop their disability inclusive workplaces and services

Over the years, Celebrating Disability have created many pieces of content. This content has all had one goal in mind; to support businesses and not-for-profit organisations consider their roles, responsibilities and next steps in their disability inclusion journey.

Our #PartOfMePodcast, hosted by Esi interviews disabled employees from a range of sectors and roles. Leaving the listener with insight into the business case for disability inclusion.

Past recorded webinars that have previously been open to the public. Talking on the range of topics from the social model of disability to inclusive design.

How to guides designed to offer the first steps that need to be taken to implement business as usual practices.

Accessibility vs Inclusion Video

Articulating the difference between accessibility and inclusion can be tricky at times. However, it’s important to understand the differentiation when creating a service or a workplace culture that engages with, values and celebrates disabled people.

In this video, we articulate the difference and demonstrate this by using some examples.

We have made for versions of the video to ensure it can be accessed by as many people with different access requirements as possible. Below each video, you will see a summary of the adjustments we have made the video. Please select the one that is most accessible for you.  All versions contain subtitles.

This version contains music. It does not contain BSL interpretation.

This version contains music. It also contains BSL interpretation.

This version does not contain music. It also does not contain BSL interpretation.

This version contains BSL interpretation. It does not contain music.


We have made a selection of infographics for you to start considering small ways to implement a disability inclusive culture. Whether that be for your disabled customers, guests and visitors or feel disabled employees.  We hope you find these helpful.

6 Types of Discrimination and how to Avoid Them

Hosting Accessible Events



Case Studies