VocalEyes is a national charity providing access to the arts through audio description for blind and partially sighted people. Provider of audio-description and training in audio-description.
STAGETEXT provides captioning services to theatres that want to offer accessible performances to deaf, deafened and hard of hearing people.
Consultancy, Training and Development in Equality, Diversity and Human Rights. How to raise awareness, tackle discrimination and prejudice; understand and sensitively engage different cultures, communities, audiences.
Use an Access Audit to give you a comprehensive understanding of how your venue, working practices, services, staff and attitudes welcome visitors and staff.
SPIT is the leading national body for promoting BSL interpreted performances of mainstream theatre. SPIT aims to provide a link between arts organisations and the Deaf community.
Magpie Dance is a company for people with learning disabilities. With an emphasis on ability rather than disability, Magpie has a national reputation for its exciting approach to inclusive dance.
We do all kinds of consultation and training around areas of: inclusion in the arts; disability equality; digital inclusion; access audits. We can provide one off training sessions for developing you and/or your whole team.
22 years' of inclusive access design and planning, auditing, policy-development, training. Extensive hands-on experience of exhibitions, redisplays, new-build, refurbishments.
The Art House supports you to develop equality and diversity, in line with your aims. We provide bespoke development & training for each client. We also run periodic training open to all.
Extensive experience of access audits of historic environments and landscapes, design appraisals and access statements, and user consultation. Our service is personal and friendly and tailored to the culture and resources of our clients.
I am a diversity trainer, consultant & project manager in the cultural sector. If you want to look at things from a different perspective, build outwards from inclusion and not just manage diversity but positively build on it, then I'm your woman.