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Accessible Disability Charities websites

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Azure Charitable Enterprises

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

Azure Charitable Enterprises a Charitable Organisation for People with Disabilities

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Aidis Trust

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The Aidis Trust Charity was founded in 1975 to help disabled people communicate more easily and effectively through technology. Today, Aidis continues to enable the development and social inclusion of disabled people.

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Multiple Sclerosis Society

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The Multiple Sclerosis Society is the UK's largest charity for people affected by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) - about 85,000 people in the UK.

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The Disability Information Network

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The Disability Information Network aims to provide information in an accessible format, provide training/support to use the computer and portal, make information/services accessible through the use of computers and the Internet, utilise current consultation groups and provide e-consultation via potal/email, make IT accessible and provide a central and accessible site for approved symbols to be held and used.

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The Disability Rights Commission

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The Open 4 All campaign is run by the Disability Rights Commission. It promotes disabled peoples' rights of access and gives guidance for service providers. From October 1st 2004, service providers will have to change physical features (for example, entrances to buildings and interior design) to make their services more accessible for disabled people. /

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The Disabled Living Foundation

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The Disabled Living Foundation has been working as a charity in support of people with disabilities and older people for over thirty years. Their goal is to enhance opportunities for people to achieve greater mobility and independence and to confront barriers excluding them from doing so.

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Disability Awareness Day

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

DAD is a fun annual event held in Walton Hall, Warrington which aims to make people aware of disability and that there can be life after a debilitating accident or illness. DAD provides a chance to collect information on a wide variety of subjects, while enjoying a great family fun day out.

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Motability

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

Get a new car, wheelchair or scooter through the Motability Scheme. Find information about finance, dealers, driving, adaptations and fundraising.

Additional notes: Browsealoud enabled, dyslexia friendly

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Outsiders

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

Outsiders is a group to help socially and physically disabled people in their personal development. A wide range of disabled volunteers are involved in running the support network, social events, the Sex and Disability Alliance, the V-Group for disabled women with sexual problems, an LGBT network,a social group for neuro diverse people, and research projects. We campai

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The Disability Rights Commission

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

The Disability Rights Commission (DRC) is an independent body established to stop discrimination and promote equality of opportunity for disabled people. We have set ourselves the goal of a society where all disabled people can participate fully as equal citizens. /

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