Information and advice about accessibility

Other people who can help with Information and advice about accessibility

AbilityNet supports people of any age, living with any disability or impairment to use technology to achieve their goals at home, at work and in education. Groups can get advice about how to make their online information and activities accessible to all.

Sussex Deaf Association has merged with Action on Hearing Loss.

Katie is a level 6 Communication Support Worker, currently completing her NVQ in BSL Interpreting.
She is available for small 1:1 meetings, groups and communication support.

Rate £30ph

This page is a comprehensive summary of practical internet accessibility tips for vision-impaired users – covering things like using text-to-speech, changing text size and more.

Phone: 01273 89 40 40. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, text: 07774 910064

Equipment provided:
Accessibility equipment

They run the Shopmobility service, which can lend a wheelchair or scooter for people who need to borrow one for a short time. Shopmobility Tel: 01273 32 32 39, email:
Possability People also run It's Local Actually - an online tool that lets people search for services and group activities near them in Brighton & Hove. It contains details of local groups, community centres and statutory services. You can search using a map or look for a particular type of group (eg meeting people, sport, self-help).
They have an award winning Accessibility Guide which includes information about accessible services and buildings in Brighton and Hove.
They have a programme of training courses for businesses and charities, covering disability awareness, benefits, IT and group management skills.

A group of qualified, registered, freelance British Sign Language (BSL)/English interpreters based around the Brighton and Sussex area