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Accessible Learning Difficulties Charities websites

Accessible learning difficulties charity websites, covering conditions such as dyslexia.

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Askability

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

Askability helps children with special needs and learning disabilities understand current affairs and local news stories. The website is displayed entirely in symbol a pictorial language which helps children to read and communicate. Askability was inspired by The Children's Society branch at Solihull and is funded by The Big Lottery.

Additional notes: none

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Mencap

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

A UK charity which campaigns for equal rights for children and adults with a learning disability and offers a variety of services to them, their families and their carers.

Additional notes: text reader enabled, dyslexia friendly colour schemes

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Voice UK

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

Voice uk supporting people with learning disabilities who have experienced crime or abuse and supporting their families carers and professional workers

Additional notes: none

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Adepta

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

Adepta is a charity supporting people with learning disabilities, autism and/or mental health problems to make the most of opportunities within their communities.

Additional notes: Browsealoud enabled, dyslexia friendly style sheets

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The Rix Centre

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

The Rix Centre is a Research & Development Centre dedicated to the exploration of the uses of new media technology for the benefit of the learning disability community.

Additional notes: none

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British Dyslexia Association

website accessibility rating: fair what the website accessibility rating means

The British Dyslexia Association is the voice of dyslexic people. Our vision is that of a dyslexia friendly society that enables dyslexic people to reach their potential.

Additional notes: Text reader enabled, dyslexia friendly colour schemes

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British Institute of Learning Disabilities

website accessibility rating: fair what the website accessibility rating means

The British Institute of Learning Disabilities is working to improve the lives of people in the UK with a learning disability.We work with the government and other organisations to improve the lives of people with learning disabilities. We also do research, such as how to include people with learning disabilities in making decisions. We tell other people about what we find.

Additional notes: Browsealoud enabled, dyslexia friendly

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Dyslexia the Gift

website accessibility rating: fair what the website accessibility rating means

Davis Dyslexia Association International: Creative talents and learning disabilities, effective methods to teach reading and overcome academic problems.

Additional notes: Browsealoud Enabled

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