Vocaleyes

Vocaleyes: Guidelines for making your conference presentation more accessible to blind and partially sighted people

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https://vocaleyes.co.uk/services/resources/guidelines-for-making-your-conference-presentation-more-accessible-to-blind-and-partially-sighted-people/

Why Are Changing Places Toilets important? The Art of exLOOsion by Alison Beevers – Retford Changing Places Campaign (facebook)

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You visit an Art Gallery. You may visit the gallery café or the gallery shop. You may also visit the loos, after all you’ll be there for a while. In this time you may have spent a bob or two. The problem for us is we are not able to ‘spend a penny’. My son […]

Changing Places

Changing Places toilets information for museums and heritage organisations

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DCN has worked with families and the Changing Places Consortium to support museums and organisations to increase the number of Changing Places toilets in their towns and cities across the UK. DCN and EMBED offer support for all heritage organisations on their inclusion journey including physical auditing and collaboration with the Changing Places Consortium. There […]

Assistance Dogs: Guidance

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Equality and Human Rights Commission guidance for businesses and tourism: EHRC have also published guidance to Assistance Dogs for tourism businesses here: https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/publication-download/take-lead-guide-welcoming-customers-assistance-dogs EHRC have published guidance to Assistance Dogs and all businesses here: https://www.equalityhumanrights.com/en/publication-download/assistance-dogs-guide-all-businesses  

Accessible Text Guidance

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Guidelines issued by Government  https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/inclusive-communication/accessible-communication-formats UK Association for Accessible Formats  https://www.ukaaf.org/large-print/ RNIB Clear Print Guidelines http://www.psncorp.com/Downloads/RNIB_Clear_Print_Guidelines.pdf British Dyslexia Association Style Guide for people with neurodiversity (particularly dyslexia) https://www.bdadyslexia.org.uk/advice/employers/creating-a-dyslexia-friendly-workplace/dyslexia-friendly-style-guide