AbilityNet: Adapting Technology. Changing Lives.

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Welcome to AbilityNet

Accessibility team at work in the testing labs

Accessible websites, apps and more...

Find out how our specialist Accessibility Services can help you reach every customer on every platform

Carole Gardiner is a disabled tester for AbilityNet

Free IT Support for Disabled People

Call us free on 0800 269 545 or use our other free services to get the most from computers and the internet

Man in wheelchair with a tablet computer

Everyone's needs are different

Find out how our team of expert Assessors help you find the right solution for you and your staff

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Welcome to AbilityNet
  • AbilityNet helps create new Accessibility Alliance

    AbilityNet is part of a new UK-based alliance that will help address the issues disabled and older people face in accessing digital services such as online banking and digital TV.



  • IT Professionals Support AbilityNet

    The Information Technologists Company has donated £3,000 to help disabled people use computers.



  • What every HR professional needs to know about reasonable adjustments

    Employers have a legal obligation to provide effective reasonable adjustments for disabled people in recruitment and at work. HR professionals need to understand the current law about reasonable adjustments and how best to identify and implement the support required by disabled colleagues.



  • How Barclays made the business case for accessibility: Free webinar

    Why would a global bank put accessibility at the heart of its business strategy? View the recording of our webinar to find out.



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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.

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