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AbilityNet Webinars

Free advice and information about computers and disability

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AbilityNet Webinars

Webinars are online events that are delivered through a website and are a great way of sharing expert information on a range of topics. You don't need a video camera or any special equipment - just connect through the internet, follow the presentations on your screen and use headphones or speakers to listen to what's happening. You can also ask questions.

Our webinars are useful for anyone interested in how to help disabled people at, work, at home, or in education. This includes disabled people, their colleagues, managers, friends, families, colleagues and other professionals who support them.

All webinars are free of charge. They are recorded onto video which are then posted onto YouTube and are captioned. 

Visit the Webinars Archive to view videos and slides from past events.

Join our mailing list for news of forthcoming webinars.

13:00 Tue 12 May 2015

This session will illustrate to HR professionals how more effective use of computers can help people feel more organised in their work, reduce stress and prevent expensive tribunal claims.

13:00 Tue 09 Jun 2015

This session will explore the impact of impaired vision in the workplace and identify the support that can be offered to address them.

13:00 Tue 07 Jul 2015

This session will explore the impact of impaired hearing in the workplace and identify the support that can be offered to help employees.

13:00 Thu 16 Jul 2015

In summer 2014 AbilityNet published an eNation report showing how a cross section of the international tourism industry was failing to meet minimum legal standards for accessibility.


Free IT Support For Disabled People

- Browse our free factsheets

- Request a free home visit

- Adjust your computer

Or call our free helpline:
0800 269 545

Our free resources can help people of any age with any disability, as well as their friends, family, employers, teachers and many others.