Partnership news

  • Partnership with Disability Rights UK

Education

  • Battle and Langdon School becomes first school to provide for SEN students
Enabled City is the preferred technology partner to Disability Rights UK, in recognition of being the specialist technology supplier for and with people with disabilities.
Our expertise comes from working with and employing people with disabilities to develop inclusive services that improve inclusion, safeguarding & education practices within any sector.
 
Clients include London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games, premier league football clubs and their foundations, various NHS providers making meticulous policy and processes more accessible for hard to reach groups. Our inclusively designed services and products are easy to bolt onto client’s existing services and extend their market reach to:
  • The grey pound / silver surfers
  • People speaking English as a second language
  • People with physical or learning disabilities
  • Young families with buggies
  • The Deaf community
  • Those with low literacy – the average reading age in the UK being that of an educated 11 year old (BBC)

Our bolt on inclusion services include...

Word-Bank

An automated pop-up jargon buster that’s BBC Innovation Lab awarded, exceeding best practice and compliance with public sector equality duties.

HERO docs

Healthcare Easy Read Online, a repository of re-brandable easy read documents and templates to improve quality & reduce cost of easy read document production.

Film

Engaging films that communicate complex messages.
Visit our film page on EnabledCity.com

PhotoRoute

Way-finding tool providing step-free photo supported maps, used by London 2012 Paralympics & premier league clubs. Inclusive maps that provide excellence in customer service.

For more information visit www.enabledcity.com/services/