If you enjoy writing blogs, then we may have the perfect opportunity for you to showcase your writing skills. We are looking for guest bloggers for The Accessible Guide.  If you have any disability related issues that you would like to write about, or you want to write about your own life experiences then please feel free to get in touch.

This could also be an opportunity for any charitable and not-for-profit organisations to tell us all about your organisation and what you do to help and support disabled people.

The Accessible Guide was founded and is managed by disabled people, and our platform has been designed by disabled people to create genuine opportunities for inclusion. It’s not just about showcasing businesses though, there are many ways we can support disabled people and blogging is a great way to tell your story. We welcome any individuals that may have a story to tell, or share their experiences as a disabled person.

For charitable and not-for-profit organisations that provide activities and support for disabled people then this is a great opportunity to showcase exactly what your organisation does, helping increase awareness of your organisation potentially recruit new service users.

By showcasing businesses and their access provisions, we can help people find venues and businesses that meet their individual access requirements, whilst blogging can help raise awareness of different issues and topics, garner support, educate people and connect people whom share similar experiences.

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