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These organisations can help you work with people with a learning disability or know people with learning disabilities who can provide training.
- UR Consultants
- People First
- Speaking Up
The Government Office of Disability Issues has published a toolkit called 'Producing better information for disabled people — A toolkit for local authorities'. This has advice about how to involve and consult people with a disability.
These organisations can provide resources to help produce accessible information.
- Caroline Firenza
- People First
Organisations that can help you with advice about producing information in other formats.
- British Deaf Association
There are lots of different organisations that provide services translating information into other languages. An internet search can help you find these.
Here are some websites that are accessible for people with learning disabilities.
- Every Vote Counts!
- Valuing People
- Your Money Your Home
- Making Money Easier
- BBC Raw
- Learning Disability Coalition
The Learning Disability Coalition represents a large number of key learning disability organisations who have come together to form one group with one voice. Links to all of these organisations are available from their website.
- United Response
United Response is a charity working across England and in Wales supporting people with learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical disabilities.
- Equality and Human Rights Commission
- Electoral Commission
You can find an easy read guide to voting in the toolbox section of this website, which has resources for everyone who wants to help others get involved in the democratic process.
- The Plain English Campaign
- Office for Public Sector Information
You can find out about current legislation by visiting
You can find out about proposed legislation by visiting
- United Nations Enable
You can find out about the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disablilities.