Information and advice about accessibility

Other people who can help with Information and advice about accessibility

Sussex Deaf Association has merged with Action on Hearing Loss.

Katie is a level 3 British Sign Language Communication Support Worker, available for 1:1 and small groups.
£25 per hour

This page is a comprehensive summary of practical internet accessibility tips for vision-impaired users – covering things like using text-to-speech, changing text size and more.

Phone: 01273 89 40 40. If you are deaf or hard of hearing, text: 07774 910064

Equipment provided:
Accessibility equipment

They run the Shopmobility service, which can lend a wheelchair or scooter for people who need to borrow one for a short time. Shopmobility Tel: 01273 32 32 39, email:
Possability People also run It's Local Actually - an online tool that lets people search for services and group activities near them in Brighton & Hove. It contains details of local groups, community centres and statutory services. You can search using a map or look for a particular type of group (eg meeting people, sport, self-help).
They have an award winning Accessibility Guide which includes information about accessible services and buildings in Brighton and Hove.
They have a programme of training courses for businesses and charities, covering disability awareness, benefits, IT and group management skills.