Alex.Barker | 30 Mar 2017
Advice and Information Officer Alex Barker attended Naidex recently. Here are his thoughts on the show.
Alex.Barker | 17 Feb 2017
According to the World Bank, there are at least 1 billion people who have some sort of disability around the world - and having a disability means you are more likely to be unemployed than the general population.
Alex.Barker | 20 Dec 2016
Lots of people know how to create accessible web pages. Creating accessible emails are just as easy.
Alex.Barker | 19 Dec 2016
You have been bought a nice piece of technology for Christmas. The problem is that you have no idea what to do next. Don't worry. We can help you! We specialise in helping disabled people and older people get the most of technology and assistive tech. See more on our ITCanHelp service and who else...
Alex.Barker | 08 Nov 2016
There are lots of ways that tech can help people with macular degeneration.
Alex.Barker | 20 Oct 2016
Last month we focussed on how technology can help people who have invisible conditions. This month we are going to look at how technology can help you if you have a mental health condition.
Alex.Barker | 22 Sep 2016
Millions of people have illnesses, conditions and disabilities that are invisible, from Aspergers to chronic fatigue syndrome and many more. We offer a few tips on computer applications which may help some of them get though their day a little more easily.
Alex.Barker | 12 Sep 2016
At AbilityNet we often talk to people who have conditions that impact on them, both physically and cognitively. Fibromyalgia is one of these conditions. People who have the condition can experience musculoskeletal pain and cognitive impairment. According to Arthritis Research UK up to 1 in 25...
Alex.Barker | 04 Sep 2016
The world is going crazy for Pokemon, but how accessible and inclusive is it for people with disabilities?
Alex.Barker | 23 Aug 2016
Alex Barker is AbilityNet's Advice and Information Officer
Facebook has been announcing with glee that the world wide web is 25 years old today. Can you see the irony? Just imagine a world without internet.