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Disability Inclusion – I Did Something

In this blog: When promoting disability inclusion, it’s important to be consider as many factors as possible. Here are some tips to get you started. Quick Links: Planning for the majority Captioning services Think about access requirements Looking deeper Setting the standard I have a question.  Is it ok to be 50% disability inclusive? I think disability inclusion is an… Continue Reading Disability Inclusion – I Did Something

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How To Make Your Business More Accessible

When you break down the term ‘accessibility’, you get the most straightforward definition in the word – the ‘ability’ to ‘access’. It doesn’t specifically refer to only disabled people – although most of the time it is assumed so. Accessible design is about creating a world that everyone can easily access, whether this is a public swimming pool or 50th-floor… Continue Reading How To Make Your Business More Accessible

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An Unexpected Trip

Where My Journey Begins…. I recently attended an event in London. The details about where the event was held were quite sketchy.  Once I arrived at the event, I realised that this was because the event was internal and therefore probably didn’t need to be more specific.  I arrived at the place where the event was held to be told that it… Continue Reading An Unexpected Trip

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Using the experiences of disabled people to create a better service for everyone

Creating a better service for everyone On a personal note, there are so many occasions (about 4 or 5 a day) where I think “a disabled person was obviously not consulted when this was designed”. It’s so frustrating. It’s not only me who thinks this, just listen to the podcast. When I ask my interviewees what their biggest barrier to… Continue Reading Using the experiences of disabled people to create a better service for everyone