How can Disability Information Scotland help us to ensure our digital information is accessible?

Disability Information Scotland provide self-study and instructor led courses in how to make your digital information as accessible as possible for people with disabilities. These courses can be accessed on our training page or if you require bespoke accessibility training you can contact James at James.duncan@disabilityscot.org.uk

Who needs accessible information?

Everyone Specifically – 830,000 disabled people in Scotland. That’s 1 in 7 of the population. As well as people with physical, sensory disabilities, learning difficulties and mental health difficulties, this also covers people with epilepsy, cancer, schizophrenia, Downs Syndrome and many other types of impairment. A significant amount of these people find it difficult to…

How can I update my organisations details on your Scottish Disability Directory?

The Scottish Disability Directory is the only directory of its kind in Scotland. It provides access to information on thousands of disability organisations and support groups, both local and national. To update your organisations details then please download and fill in the document below or  email us and we can send you out a copy. Scottish…

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