Digital Accessibility Maturity Model

Download your free copy of the AbilityNet DAMM

Our Maturity Model helps you understand how well your organisation is doing with digital accessibility.

It's uses a tried and tested approach to identify:

  • where you are now,
  • where you want to get to, and
  • achievable actions to make progress.

There are two ways of using the model: 

Self-serve option - free 

  • Download the toolkit by filling in the form below and use it in your own organisation.
  • The download includes a How-To guide as well as current versions of all the documents we use in our paid-for version.
  • Look out for webinars and training to help you use the toolkit.

Guided assessment - paid service

  • Our accessibility consultants work with you to facilitate the process.
  • We run the meetings, help you assess your current position, recommend actions and produce a formal report.
  • Please tick the box on the form below if you’d like to know more about this paid-for service, or ask for help on our contact form.

HE and FE Maturity Model

  • We also have a specialist HE and FE Accessibility Maturity Model which is being used by universities and other educational establishments.
  • This uses a similar approach but focuses on how you deliver accessible and inclusive learning experiences. 
  • Learn more about the HE and FE Maturity Model

Download the toolkit for free now

The toolkit includes a step by step guide to the DAMM process and a set of slide decks to support you. Once you've downloaded it we will keep you up to date with details of free webinars, affordable training and useful resources to help you build your roadmap.

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