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Communication Webwise
A new software sysytem called Communication webwise will be launched in 2004 by Widget. It will enable individuals with learning difficulties with easier and greater accessibility to information displayed on websites using its own Rebus symbol system. more...

UK Disability Forum for European Affairs: Women's Committee
The UK Disability Forum for European Affairs Women's Committee was set up 6 years ago and is part of the UK Disability Forum for European Affairs (UKDFfEA). It is a national organisation of disabled women in the United Kingdom. more...

IT Can Help Network
The IT Can Help Network is a network of computer literate volunteers who are able to offer free local computer assistance to disabled people. The website contains information on volunteering opportunities and provides access to the current volunteer database. more...

British Dyslexia Association
The BDA promotes a dyslexia-friendly society that enables dyslexic people to reach their potential, and provides support for an all-age dyslexic population. Their website includes guidance on where to find support, information on the nature of dyslexia and details of current research and campaigns. more...

Browsealoud
Browsealoud exists to make websites more accessible to those with reading difficulties. It offers access to speech-enabling technology that translates website text into spoken words. more...

Web Accessibility Initiative
The WAI is a US initiative pursuing accessibility of the web through five primary areas of work: technology, guidelines, tools, education and outreach, and research and development. Their website offers access to legislative and judicial documents relating to web accessibility listed by country. more...

The Royal National Institute of the Blind
The RNIB exists to help all blind and partially sighted people in the UK. Their website includes details of resources and services, and information on current campaigns and equal rights. more...

Adept
Adept exists to increase disabled people's access to mainstream services and employment. This website includes information on their training and consultancy services. more...

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