Claudia.Cahalane | 05 Oct 2016
Wayfindr is winner of our AbilityNet Tech4Good Accessibility Award 2016. We interview marketing manager, Katherine Payne to find out how the technology was created and when we can expect to see it available for people with sight loss and other abilities and disabilities.
Claudia.Cahalane | 07 Sep 2016
Five top tips to make your website more accessible
How to create an accessible website
Claudia.Cahalane | 26 Aug 2016
Amelia Lewis, 25, is health and wellbeing advisor for DeafPLUS and a research assistant for the Institute of Cognitive Neuroscience. She tells us which technology is most important to her, including subtitles, her cochlear implant and a compilot.
Claudia.Cahalane | 19 Aug 2016
The Rio 2016 Olympics website fails to achieve good practice on numerous accessibility and inclusivity levels, the AbilityNet team has found.
Claudia.Cahalane | 28 Jun 2016
The experts at the MND Association and AbilityNet, we've answered some Frequently Asked Questions / FAQs for people who have MND and want to get the best from technology for communications.
Claudia.Cahalane | 10 Jun 2016
An interview with David Brew, a member of the British Computer Society and coordinates the Northern Ireland branch of AbilityNet's volunteer service ITCanHelp. For 20 years, he has been volunteering to help older people and those with disabilities to get the most out of computers and technology.
Claudia.Cahalane | 28 May 2016
Jannette Connell was 24-year-old when she suffered a stroke, leaving her with mobility and memory difficulties, along with severely impaired sight. After years of struggling with computer equipment, AbilitNet's It Can Help volunteer service has been able to get her tech working for her.
Claudia.Cahalane | 26 May 2016
Disabled Student Allowance changes are happening regularly. AbilityNet DSA practitioner Days will keep you informed
Claudia.Cahalane | 19 May 2016
Joe Chidzik, senior accessibility consultant at AbilityNet reveals common accessibility mistakes and why accessible apps and websites are not just better for the UK's 12 million disabled users, but are better for search engines and better for everyone.
Claudia.Cahalane | 18 Apr 2016
AbilityNet's IT Can Help has 230 volunteers who support older and disabled people to use technology at home. In February, the service was contacted by 80-year-old Ruth from Lincolnshire. Age UK had let her know that free computer help was available after she became more frail following an operation...