Transport Focus have produced a short summary document of the proposed changes to the National Rail Passenger Survey, relating to disability issues. [Read more…] about National Rail Passenger Survey – Summary information available now!
Archives for September 2015
Important update to story below published on 19th August – extension to deadline
Please note – we have been asked to extend the deadline for comments on virtual networks to Monday 14th September, so we are pleased to confirm its not too late to send us your thoughts/ideas…
Disability Action Alliance (DAA) members continue to work in partnership identifying innovation, sharing information and good practice to improve the lives of disabled people. DAA projects are making real progress establishing strong cross-sector networks of organisations committed to the aims of the projects . [Read more…] about Making the most of virtual networks
Irwin Mitchell LLP and Wave-length have been working closely in Employment Education this year, training HR managers in equality and diversity issues that appear in the workplace and educating them on how to manage these in keeping with the Equality Act 2010.
Irwin Mitchell recently included an article, written by Wave-length, in their summer newsletter, discussing students who face social challenges in life caused by physical or mental conditions and identifying how education institutions can help and support students in this position.
Access to sporting venues is an important step to a more inclusive society. For that reason, we thought you might be interested to hear about changes that Manchester United have made to ensure that wheelchair users are able to sit with their family and friends to watch matches at Old Trafford. [Read more…] about Manchester United and Level Playing Field: Making Old Trafford more accessible