Archive for PhotoRoute

How to find an Olympic Stadium

West Ham United’s new home, in the centre of Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, comes with challenges from leasing the stadium, having multiple adjoining land owners and ever changing built access to the stadium. Mainstream online mapping tools do not offer the flexibility required to show…

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Combat abuse by making policy for young people

Allegations of child abuse in the media is sickening – we need to share our knowledge of basic Human Rights with children by delivering policy in formats accessible to them. Knowledge is power Policy documents are often written by highly educated professionals in highly educated…

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Hotspur Foundation removes independent travel barriers

Tottenham Hotspur Foundation have received funding from the Premier League Charitable fund to roll out the new PhotoRoute service across their patch, expected outcomes include: Removing independent travel barriers (the minimal requirement to go on a Hotspur Foundation course) People with disabilities gaining work based…

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Accessible Information Standard Myth Buster

13 Myths of the Accessible Information Standard Download NHS England’s Accessible Information Standard Myth Buster (powerpoint) to bust the below myths.. Myth #1 “If someone can’t read a letter because they’re blind, there’s no point sending them an email or a text message!” Reality #1 A person…

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Disability Rights UK Partnership

Enabled City is the digital accessibility partner to Disability Rights UK, in recognition of being the specialist technology supplier for and with people with disabilities. Our expertise comes from working with and employing people with disabilities to develop inclusive services that improve inclusion, safeguarding & education…

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PhotoRoute gets a make over

We’re about to release a new brand new PhotoRoute system making it even easier to create maps via mobile devices. Tottenham Hotspur Foundation have received funding from the Premier League Charitable fund to roll out the new service across their services – register to keep up to date….

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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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Premiership Rugby World Cup 2015 Revenues

All eyes will be on the UK this summer as the 2015 Rugby World Cup draws near. The massive sporting event will bring together teams from all over the world to compete for the ultimate prize in rugby. Cities like London, Manchester, Brighton, Cardiff, Leeds,…

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PhotoRoute & iBeacon

Passionate about inclusive innovation, PhotoRoute enhanced with iBeacon technology provides high resolution way finding and enables clients to extend their customer service offering to include people who are visually impaired or blind and/or requiring step free turn-by-turn directions. Working with a large transport provider we’re…

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