Our vision is to provide access and support for enhancing the lives of all people with disabilities & special needs. Immediately focusing on people with physical disabilities in the UK, with assistance from various forms of digital technology
We will achieve our vision through the following key activities
Close the gap between those with physical needs and those without
Understand the educational gap between those with and without disabilities
Utilize information & digital technologies to address the education gap
Provide support to those with disabilities advance learning & inclusion
Click on a box below to read about where, why, and how we want to carry out our work.
These are our latest pieces of news about our work.
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As Ability2Access is committed to helping physically disabled people not only in the UK but Internationally, we want to support the Paralympics and encourage children & young people to take up the challenge of competing at their chosen sporting activities.
Guidance on using digital technologies to promote inclusive practices in schools and colleges
We intend to work on a funding project for SEN children, young people & adults based on Creative Skillset's "Fusion Skills" report
We are looking for students who are deaf or hard of hearing, have dyslexia, or who speak English as a second or additional language for an online study
Donate a gift to Ability2Access in your Will and leave a legacy that will live on
We are urgently seeking a part time voluntary executive director. Please read more for information.
We are urgently seeking a part time voluntary fundraising manager. Please read more for information.
A report from the Education Endowment Foundation on Using Digital Technology to Improve Learning
A presentation by Dr Luis Pereira about Digital Literacy, entitled "Literacy in the Digital Age: a key point to prepare our children for the future."
We are determined to fight on and publicise the excellent work we are achieving with deaf and disabled children, young people and adults, both nationally and internationally.
Realising the potential of technology in education: A strategy for education providers and the technology industry - by the Department for Education
IT’S NOT GOOD ENOUGH – disabled passengers in the UK will have to wait decades for an accessible rail network.
Our plans of action for carrying out our work. Covers what we will do, and how we will do it.