Accessibility Assessment

A picture of Jamie's head and shoulders, advertising their training and consultancy services. They have bleached hair with a ginger beard, and are wearing glasses.
Jamie’s face. They are white and have bleach blonde hair. They are wearing blue and orange glasses. The sides of their hair, and their beard, are ginger, and their head is in a wheelchair headrest.

As well as my creative services and training and consultancy, I offer accessibility assessments. To find out more and discuss potential fees:

Accessibility Assessment

When you provide goods and services, you are legally obliged – as far as is feasible – to make those accessible to disabled people. However, where do you start?

Whether you’re a restaurant, a theatre, or seeking out a conference call, is your space safe, are the provisions you’ve made acceptable – and is it actively welcoming to disabled people?

I can examine your buildings and carry out an accessibilty assessment, offer ‘mystery shopping’ services, and explore your digital offerings, making recommendations for improvement of spaces, organisational cultures, and processes that will make them increasingly accessible to disabled people trying to use those spaces.