Oddly this week has not just one significance, but two. First of all, it’s Dyslexia Awareness Week, a great opportunity for all organisations involved in dyslexia to promote awareness of the condition and secondly, it’s Guide Dogs week, where Guide Dogs raise money for continuing the services they run. So here’s a quick overview of the official info for both weeks.
In our first installment of Disabled Voices Online, we are lucky enough to be joined by Holly from the blog Life of a Blind Girl, here to tell us all about her blogging experiences.
This is the start of a blog series, which we’re going to be dedicating to exploring the mark disabled people are leaving in this digital age.
For those of you that don’t know, WordPress is the software used for the majority of blogs. It is also used to create many websites. Sounds daunting, right? Well, I thought so too, but ever since I’ve started using it, it has only surprised me by how easy and accessible it has been.
Neatebox, a company in Glasgow have come up with something they think will improve pelican crossings for disabled people.