My experiences not only come from my own personal understanding, but also living, working and socialising with a wide range of dysabled people throughout my life.
I regard Dysability as a large complex landscape of needs, issues and opinions, which many different impairment and issue groups.
I can assist individuals and organisations to navigable this landscape and the conflicts between different impairment groups and issues.
I have worked with many organisations in many sectors to assist them better understand a range of dysability issues and implement changes accordingly.
I have provided organisations like eBay a greater insight in how they can meet both the access needs of dysabled people, like how to improve their categorisation system to include dysability related equipment.
I believe dysability is a complex issue that few people properly understand and there is an important role that people like myself can play.
I can provide a range of consultancy and training services on a range of dysability issues.