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Wecanaccess.com is a platform where people with disabilities and special educational needs (SEN), their families and carers can find support and information about how to access places, services, and goods.

Wecanaccess.com is all about accessibility and inclusion. It is a social enterprise and has been recognised as a UN Sustainable Development Goal 3 Champion.

At www.wecanaccess.com you will find:

A review area – where you can search and leave quick and easy reviews of places that do access well and it’s not just about physical accessibility, it highlights sensory features or when the staff go that extra mile too! Tell us about the hidden gems near you.

Blogs – read blogs from people with access needs and professionals in the field. Find out about people’s conditions or what good accessibility and inclusion looks like. Pick up tips and ideas on how to make be more inclusive and accessible.

Discussion boards – Join in the conversations around everyday issues (e.g. transport, education, employment, etc.) and talk to other families and professionals that can help and support you. Our boards are safe and anonymous, so you can chat freely and post questions you might be uncomfortable asking elsewhere.

A marketplace – for accessible goods – ranging from adapted clothing, to waterless shampoo! If you are a kitchen-table entrepreneur who has created a product that meets your family’s needs then this is the marketplace for you!  

 

Need help reading? We use ‘recite me’ software that can read or translate the site for you at the click of a button! It can translate into over 100 different languages and can read 35 of these out loud!

 

For more information about wecanaccess.com contact us at:

Email:          info@wecanaccess.com

Tweet:          @wecanaccess

Facebook:    facebook.com/wecanaccess

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