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Accessible Scotland websites

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Spinal Injuries Scotland

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

this website is aimed at people who have sustained a spinal cord injury and are looking for information.

Additional notes: none

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Sense Scotland

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

Sense Scotland is a leader in the field of communication and innovative support services for people who are marginalised because of challenging behaviour, health care issues and the complexity of their support needs. It is a significant provider of services and also engages in policy development for children and adults with complex support needs because of deafblindnes

Additional notes: none

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South Ayrshire Visually Impaired Children's Charity (SAVIC)

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

SAVIC (savic) is a Scottish Charity set up in South Ayrshire in 2000 as a resource for parents of visually impaired children and professionals who support them.

Additional notes: none

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The Thistle Foundation

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

Our individually tailored services are designed to support disabled people to lead full and active lives. Services are flexible to the requirements of our service users. We will develop services that are relevant and appropriate to their needs.

Additional notes: none

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Working Abilities in Glasgow Explored (WAGE)

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

The WAGE website is a resource portal for disabled people, disability organisations and employers in Glasgow, looking to access information on Education, Training and Employment.

Additional notes: none

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YoungScot.org

website accessibility rating: excellent what the website accessibility rating means

A scottish youth information portal including discussions, competitions, and horoscopes

Additional notes: none

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Books for All

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

The CALL Centre has been funded by the Scottish Executive Education Department to investigate the need for textbooks, worksheets, assessments, and other learning materials in accessible forms.

Additional notes: none

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ENABLE Scotland

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

ENABLE Scotland is a dynamic charitable organisation run by its members. It campaigns for a better life for children and adults with learning disabilities and supports them and their families to participate, work and live in their local communities.

Additional notes: none

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FABB Scotland

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

Fabb Scotland involves people of all ages and abilities and aims to facilitate inclusion through the provision of specific opportunities and creating links to mainstream services.

Additional notes: none

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Grampian Society for the Blind

website accessibility rating: good what the website accessibility rating means

Grampian Society for the Blind is a charity which provides support and advice to about 2500 people with a visual impairment in Aberdeen, Aberdeenshire and Moray.

Additional notes: none

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