Helping you help everyone

Welcome to All Able. We are committed to using our expertise to help organisations improve their digital accessibility and deliver accessible and inclusive services that work for everyone.

We believe that everyone should have equal opportunity to utilise public services, get an education, and engage with their communities to live a healthy and independent life.

Provider of sector leading research and support

All Able are developing new methods to produce 3D printed tactile diagrams which require no specialist 3D modelling training and are looking for people interested in taking part in case studies.

blind user and guide using exercise equipment at a gym

All Able worked with the Thomas Pocklington Trust to conduct research looking into the support for vision impaired support in gyms, leisure centres and other health and sports facilities.

FE statements growth graph. Full details available in article.

All Able worked with the Thomas Pocklington Trust to conduct research looking into assistive technology support for blind and partially sighted students and the accessibility of the digital student experience.

Nov 2020 map of accessibility statement compliance.

Our most well known research series with more than 14,000 views, the maps of accessibility statements compliance across the UK and other countries has been commended by the European Commission for its insight into the compliance landscape.

Arguably the most misunderstood clause of the Public Sector Accessibility Regulations 2018. Disproportionate burden has been misused in attempts to avoid compliance responsibilities. The All Able research highlights easy things to avoid to use disproportionate burden correctly.

Building understanding of accessibility blockers in services involves strong staff engagement. The All Able pop-up empathy lab is a great experience to learn about accessibility blockers, supporting people with a range of access needs and how we can all contribute to more inclusive environments.