10 disabled apps accessibility apps Android

We all have our challenges in life – physical, mental and emotional. Some are bigger, some are smaller, and some need more assistance than others to overcome. These ten apps use modern technology to enrich the lives of people with disabilities – allowing everyone to be able to use your smartphone the same way as […]

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In this article we are going to look at some holiday tips for carers of people with learning disabilities. any seem to think that they won’t ‘get as much out of it’, or that the disruption to routine will be distressing. While some people (of all neurotypes!) do find the kind of alterations to routine brought on […]

Modifying your home for a person with a visual impairment is not an easy task, you need to consider both exterior and interior modifications and accommodations. An accessible home is well lit, clutter free, well organized, and safe. We share four tips for modifying your home to make it as accessible as possible for a […]

Make Way For Munich: The Most Accessible City in Europe? Now is the perfect time of year to take a European city break: the lull between Christmas and spring tends to be one of the quietest times for tourists to travel overseas, and the chilly weather is perfect for wrapping up warm, exploring those famous […]

Holidays for partially sighted and blind travellers. We have just returned from one of the best trip of the year and possibly in the history of Seable. Let’s hear it from the participants: Stacey: I had such an amazing time in Iceland. Did amazing things, saw amazing sights and met amazing people! Thanks for making […]

Today is World Sight Day, a yearly event organised by The International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) to highlight issues surrounding blindness and visual impairment. The IAPB was established in 1975 to lead international efforts in blindness prevention activities. It has promoted and pioneered the WHO programme for blindness prevention, best embodied today in […]