We help businesses create accessible experiences for their employees and customers. Through the provision of access audits, training and consultancy Including British Sign Language accredited courses
Why Accessibility Matters
We are your local user-led Disability Confident Leader, which means we encourage and support other businesses to become an inclusive, disability, and Deaf-friendly business. We do this through the delivery of quality training, services, and products, designed and delivered by people with lived experience of disability.
We work across the South West raising awareness through delivering access audits, Deaf awareness and disability equality training, and specific high-quality courses to voluntary, public, and private organisations.
We have worked with a range of clients including The Environment Agency, Devon County Council, The Learning and Skills Council, and the Royal Albert Museum.Visit our Business Services site
Disability Confident Leader
As your local user led Disability Confident Leader we have thirty years experience working across the South West raising awareness through delivering access audits, Deaf awareness and disability equality training.
We offer specific high quality courses to voluntary, public and private organisations. Our training courses, access audits and consultancy is delivered by people with lived experience of disability.
We support businesses to become an inclusive, disability and Deaf-friendly business.
“I am amazed, I thought I was very disability aware… The training gave staff appropriate tools to improve access.”museum employee
Our Accessible Products, Audits, and Consultancy
We design and create accessible information for your staff and customers, from Easy Read guides, Large print guides and BSL Tours
Our Disability and Deaf Awareness Training
.Bespoke training for individuals, groups, and organisations
We are a user led organisation which means 78 percent of our Trustees and 70 percent of our staff have disabilities or are Deaf. We have first-hand understanding of the issues facing disabled and Deaf people.
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We have worked with a range of organisations including the Environment Agency, RAMM, Learning Skills Council and Devon County Council.
Our Support Services
Your first point of contact with Living Options Devon, our friendly Hub team connects you to the support services, advice, and information that you need.Learn more
Time To Talk
Our free, confidential listening support and advice helpline, for those with a disability and/or long-term health condition.Learn more
Six free sessions of accessible counselling to people with a disability and members of the Deaf community (British Sign Language Users) across Devon.Learn more
Get Active Together
Supporting disabled and Deaf BSL users to become more active and engage in sport and physical activityLearn more
Living Options Northern Devon, Sight and Hearing Loss Service
Living Options Northern Devon, supporting you with information, advice and equipment for sight and hearing loss. The team also signpost to additional support services locally for disabled people and members of the Deaf Community.Learn more