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Access audits and disability consultancy from the leading NRAC consultants

We’re experts in disability access. Our accessibility audits are the easiest and most economical way to make sure you not only open up your premises to every visitor, but also meet your obligations under the Equality Act 2010.

We take a common sense approach to disability access too. We’ll highlight lots of significant but inexpensive changes – so improving your accessibility can cost a lot less than you imagine.

How we can help

Disability access
For us, it’s personal

Each of our Access Auditors and NRAC Consultants has personal experience of disability, giving them a unique insight into access problems.

That’s why organisations across the government, health care, education, social housing, charities, public transport and retail sectors trust us to get it right, and we work closely with clients to find the most cost-effective way to implement disability access.

Our story

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The Harris in Preston is consulting on their plans to redevelop the iconic Grade I building into a blended museum, art gallery and public library. Please do participate in the consultation process
https://www.theharris.org.uk/support-us/harrisyourplaceconsultation/
#Accessibility #Disability @HarrisPreston #Inclusion #Deaf

A big thank you to @UKVolkswagen #VolkswagenVanCentreLiverpool for the awesome cookies and five star service! The van is already being used to deliver essential PPE throughout the U.K. for care homes, local authorities and NHS Trusts

What does accessibility look like after lockdown? There are many things that should be considered and have included five simple tips.
#COVID #Accessibility #MakeTheUTurn #TuesdayThoughts #TinyVoiceTuesdayUnites #TuesdayVibes #DoTheRightThing #ShopsOpening #Disability #Inclusion

Unlawful DNR orders are being placed on people with a learning disability without families being consulted. Charities have successfully challenged more than 12 that were because of the patient’s disability rather than any serious underlying health risk. https://www.independent.co.uk/news/health/coronavirus-do-not-resuscitate-dnr-learning-disabilities-turning-point-a9561201.html

Direct Access wishes everyone a great Canadian national AccessAbility week! We have been working in Canada since 2019 supporting organisations to become more accessible. #AccessAudits #AccessibleCanada

Latest News

Direct Access to Open Warehouse in North Wales

Direct Access Store, the retail side of Direct Access is planning to open a new warehouse and distribution facility in North Wales to fulfil growing demand for our product range.

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Accessibility After Lockdown

As lockdown eases we need to think about how services will impact on disabled people after the Pandemic. At Direct Access we have provided access audits and have advised our clients on what they can do post-COVID19 to ensure accessibility.

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Deaf Awareness Week, 4th – 8th May 2020

This week is Deaf Awareness Week. It aims to raise awareness of the needs of the 1 in 6 Deaf or hard of hearing people in the UK. This year’s theme is acquired deafness.

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