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Searching for a HERO

HERO docs works in partnership with Project SEARCH to provide work based placements and support for clients to roll out the new service starting at BARTS Healthcare’s Whipps Cross Hospital. Enabled City is introducing Health Easy Reading Online documents (HERO docs)—a new solution to an…

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House of Lords revoke old and new stadium licenses

House of Lords have debated a bill to empower local authorities to revoke match day licenses for ‘glacial access improvements’ to old and new stadiums. Lord Chris Holmes, Equality and Human Rights Commissioner has written to all major sponsors asking ethic’s of sponsoring illegal activities….

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PhotoRoute SEN education enrichment course

The  PhotoRoute enrichment course was developed in partnership with Tottenham Hotspur Foundation following success of earlier joint work. PhotoRoute was originally developed from travel training concepts used by people with learning disabilities, used by the London 2012 Paralympics, Tottenham Hotspur FC and Foundation. People with learning disabilities becoming the…

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University of Cambridge & Leading Change Highlights EnabledCity

University of Cambridge’s Leading Change programme focuses on social entrepreneurs within the Commonwealth providing a diverse and visionary range of services. The Leading Change programme is a partnership between The Queen Elizabeth Diamond Jubilee Trust, Comic Relief and The Royal Commonwealth Society, developed exclusively for the…

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VisitEngland inclusive destination case study

PhotoRoute case study with Visit England Suzanne Mantell, Visitor Services Manager at VisitBrighton said “We are delighted to be working with PhotoRoute and view the new walking maps as a very important addition to our information on accessible Brighton. We are sure they will inspire…

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Safeguarding: making process accessible

Information should be fun, represent our diverse communities and be accessible Following our Tottenham Hotspur FC fan excellence work and TH Foundation independent travel project we’re making clubs our Word-Bank engagement software and easy-read desktop publishing services to: Help with wider community engagement Make policy and…

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Why inclusive design matters

Our richly diverse populations are ageing, we’re technically capable and expect smart services to work intuitively – we have one opportunity to attract a new customer. According to Disability Rights UK, 83% of disabled people had ‘walked away’ from making a purchase, unable or unwilling…

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Pre-paid cash cards

Enabled City is a provider of technology solutions for people with physical and learning disabilities and those with mental health issues. It has partnered with a large digital agency to provide pre-paid cash cards for organisations which have a significant interaction and engagement with people with…

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Tottenham Hotspur Foundation extends reach

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation is committed to providing the best sports, health, training, and education programmes for all their communities; creating opportunities, encouraging enterprise and innovation, promoting social cohesion and enhancing life skills. This is achieved by working with a wide range of partners including central…

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Better.org.uk utilise PhotoRoute for flagship Eltham Leisure Centre

Enabled City is proud to announce that we are now working with GLL to provide our picture-based way finding software PhotoRoute for Eltham Leisure Centre in Greenwich. The award winning Eltham Leisure Centre is part of a the IFI “Inclusive Fitness Initiative” and is dedicated…

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