We support you and local businesses by creating and designing accessible information from large print, visual guides and British Sigh Language Tours.
One of the biggest challenges for an autistic person is the fear of the unknown. We create Visual Story guides that detail what could be unwelcome surprises at the destination, so everyone can feel more at ease and prepared before they visit.
Easy Read Guide
Organisations, places of interest and tourist attractions can have complex information, history and stories that can be difficult for some people to understand. We create Easy Read products to break down these barriers so that everyone has access to the information they need.
Large Print Guide
Some written information can be inaccessible for people with visual impairments. We create large print guides with accompanying maps, to help people access the information they need.
BSL Tours (British Sign Language)
For Deaf people who use British Sign Language (BSL) we work with the community to create BSL videos or Tours. These can be for places of interest, tourist attractions or organisations who want to improve access for their customers. You can see some of the tours we have created on our YouTube Channel
Disability Awareness and Deaf Awareness Training
In addition to a raft of accessible products and solutions, we also provide training to groups of staff, volunteers and individuals in Disability Awareness and Deaf Awareness.
We are your local Disability Confident leader with over thirty years experience of supporting a range of organisations across sectors and industries
All-terrain Mobility Scooter Hire Scheme
We work with outdoor visitor attractions across the south west in improving access through the provision of the all-terrain mobility hire scheme. Our initiative Countryside Mobility helps people with limited mobility to access the outdoors with friends and family.
Access Auditing and ConsultancyWe have qualified and experienced auditors who have a disability and work closely with people with sensory and / or physical disabilities.Our access audits take the form of a comprehensive on-site visit followed up with a detailed written report giving clear recommendations for improvements to ensure the building / site / open spaces are as compliant as is reasonable with the Disability Discrimination Act 1995 / Equality Act 2010. We can also review building plans, the documentation and information you provide to customers and staff, along with recommendations to signage, toilets and transport.