These are the people, organisations and enterprises that we work alongside to realise our global vision and mission. You can click on any one to find out more.
AACT's mission is to enable Information Technology to be used to help children, young people and adults with communication disabilities and to promote the wider understanding of such disabilities.
Deaf Aspirations aims to assist, advance in life and enable deaf children, young people and adults achieve through education, training, technology, creative activities, employment, entrepreneurship and business skills. They advance the education of the public in the needs and aspirations of deaf, hard of hearing and deafened people in the UK and worldwide.
Deafax has been at the forefront of technology since its inception in 1985. It exists to empower deaf people by offering them access to new and innovative technologies. Through this, Deafax has seen literacy skills and self-confidence improve and feelings of isolation and inadequacy reduce.
Our aims are to advance education, research and inclusive learning for people of all ages with a variety of disabilities associated with speech, language and communication using online video. They work with other charities, individuals, local authorities, governments and educational establishments to advance the understanding of the public into the social, educational and technological needs of people with disabilities.
Decibels believes in a world where all people have opportunities to develop their creativity and discover their talents. Their work enables people, especially those with disabilities, to develop their creativity and unlock their abilities mainly through the use of technology.
DSFF is a new social enterprise company limited by guarantee which was set up on August 6th 2014. DSFF’s core purpose and focus is to support D/deaf sports players, coaches and managers to fulfil their potential in their chosen sport and meet their sporting goals.
EASiTEC is a collaboration of two key figures within the special needs/disability sector working both in education, the charity sector, mainstream technology and assistive technology. This is backed up with first class administration to ensure that all advertising and correspondence meet with the regulations appropriate to this sector.
The University of Reading is recognised globally as a Higher Education Institution that embraces and promotes effective and appropriate use of technology in teaching and learning. The University’s educational portfolio includes a range of fully online, blended and campus-based programmes which exploit the benefits of technology and mobile learning.