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Self-description for inclusive meetings

…their contribution. Further reading Description Victoria, Guide to Inclusive Meetings ( VocalEyes, Making your conference presentation more accessible to blind and partially sighted people ( Credit IDEA Inclusive AD Forum,…

Libraries welcoming blind and partially sighted people

…Hertfordshire Libraries especially for people who are blind or partially-sighted. Members of the group come from all over the district of Dacorum and meet monthly in Berkhamsted Library. A mini-bus…

Our mission

…to create them, and welcome blind and visually impaired people as a core audience. There are almost two million people in the UK living with sight impairment, including around 360,000…

Audio description in an inclusive museum

…in the everyday cognition of blind and sighted people. Memory, 14(8), 925–936. [5] Brown, M. (2018). Tate recommends ‘slow looking’ at major Pierre Bonnard exhibition. Guardian.  …

State of Museum Access Report 2016

…audits such as and Euans’ Guide. For too many museums, access information for blind and partially sighted people consists of a solitary message welcoming guide dogs. For every guide…

Our team

…and London Metropolitan University. She has toured with Extant, Britain’s leading professional performing arts company of visually impaired people, both in the UK and Europe. She also continues to work…

Ten years of progress

…group in the UK – 14.1 million (1 in 5 people) people. The total spending power of families including at least one disabled person is estimated at £274 billion a…

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