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There are services that make TV more accessible for people with sensory impairments. Magazines and newspapers are also available in accessible formats, including Braille, large print and audio. You can also get a ...
Advice about getting the most out of going to the cinema, including the types of facilities available for disabled customers
Museums, galleries, exhibitions and other places of interest are improving accessibility all the time. This includes the way that exhibits and buildings are presented.
Performance venues have responsibilities under the Disability Discrimination Act (DDA) to make 'reasonable adjustments' for people with disabilities.
Contact details for British Deaf Association, a national organisation run by and for deaf people and representing the Sign Language community