Action for Blind People is one of the largest charities in the UK and provides free and confidential support for blind and partially sighted people in all aspects of their lives.
The DDA Act is now part of the Equality Act (please see below) but within this link is a brief explanation of the law which tackles discrimination against disabled persons.
DiabledInfo.co.uk is an attempt to gather as much information together in one place where it uis easily and freely available to the wider disabled public.
Providing access to dog training for people with physical abilities, enabling them to train their own dog in basic control and specialised tasks, which will assist them to manage their disability in every day life.
The Equality Act came into force in 2010 providing a modern, single legal framework with clear, streamlined law to more effectivel tackle disadvantages and discrimination.
The Equality and Human Rights Commission champions equality and human rights for all, working to eliminate discrimination, protect human rights and build good reations, ensuring that everyone has a fair chance to participate in society.
The leading national UK charity providing a range of information for blind or partially sighted persons.
The Society’s purpose is to inform and provide platforms for dialogue, to promote better understanding of the importance of signage and wayfinding and to encourange greater focus in the design disciplines, in industry and education.
One of the UK’s leading sign and design companies, which prides itself on exceptional quality, high levels of service and affordability.
YourLevelBest.com was created by a wheelchair user who likes to socialise in public places such as public houses and restaurants with friends and family. This website lists the venues that meet the current DDA criteria.
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