Cognitive Web Accessibility: England Web Sites Designed for People with Cognitive Disabilities

These Web sites, of organizations located in England, intend to be accessible to people with cognitive disabilities.

  • The National Autistic Society
    "We are the leading UK charity for people with autism (including Asperger syndrome) and their families. We provide information, support and pioneering services, and campaign for a better world for people with autism."
  • Clear Thoughts
    "This website aims to cover lots of topics relating to mental health for people who have a learning disability."
  • Headway
    "Headway is a charity set up to give help and support to people affected by brain injury." ... "A network of local Groups and Branches throughout the UK and Channel Islands offers a wide range of services, including rehabilitation programmes, carer support, social re-integration, community outreach and respite care."
  • The Information Foyer
    "We work with you to create your accessible information. The first step in making your documents accessible is to contact us. Talk to us. Send us your document by email or post and we will give you a quote." Commercial Service.
  • Working with Words
    "Working with Words makes information easy for people with learning difficulties and people with low literacy."
  • Indigo Dyslexia Centre
    "The Indigo Dyslexia Centre is a progressive, Norwich based registered charity. Our dedicated aim is to help any individual or organisation with any dyslexia related issues."
  • Advance
    "Advance is a group of charitable organisations providing housing, support and employment services to meet the needs of people in the community who have either a learning disability or a mental health problem. Advance started in 1974 with its main offices located in Witney, West Oxfordshire, where we remain today."
  • My Life My Choice
    "We are a self-advocacy organisation run by and for people with learning difficulties in Oxfordshire.
  • West Berkshire Advocacy (WEBCAS)
    "... a charity with offices in Wokingham and Newbury, which promotes independent advocacy services for adults with learning disabilities and multiple disabilities within the unitary authority areas of West Berkshire, Reading Borough and Wokingham District."
  • BATIAS Independent Advocacy Service
    "BATIAS Independent Advocacy Service supports adults (18+) with a learning disability to make informed choices, to speak out and get their wishes heard." ... "BATIAS is a voluntary organisation in Essex, which started in 1994 to provide advocacy services to people living in Basildon and Thurrock. Since then, our service has expanded, to support people who live in Brentwood, Southend, Castle Point and Rochford."
  • Skillnet Group
    "Skillnet Group Community Interest Company is a social enterprise (not-for-profit organisation) working mainly with people with learning difficulties." ... "Our mission is to support people with learning difficulties to speak up, make choices, be heard and taken seriously."

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