International law firm, Pinsent Masons, are reaping the rewards of the Disability Confident scheme


In this short series of blogs, we’ve teamed up with some of our fellow Disability Confident organisations to explore the benefits of joining the Department of Work and Pensions’ Disability Confident Scheme. In this first blog in the series we asked Kate Fergusson, Head of Responsible Business at International law firm Pinsent Masons, why they joined the scheme and what the rewards have been so far…

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Health literacy challenge and the NHS Long Term Plan


The NHS Expo aims to “inspire leaders and clinicians to make improvements for patients and service users,” with almost three-quarters pledging to start new projects or initiatives after visiting. It unites people from right across the health and social care sector to share experiences, learn from each other, and find solutions. 

This year’s Expo is focused on bringing the NHS Long Term Plan to life. With that in mind, we sat down with our partners for the Expo, the Patient Information Forum, to explore what the Long Term Plan lays out and what it means for the future of health literacy.

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Have you POURed enough into website compliance?


Every organisation strives to provide excellence in customer service and we know that your customers and service users are at the heart of everything you do, but does your website live up to your standards?

In this blog, we outline some of the actions you can take to help you comply with WCAG - the international standard for web accessibility.

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Texthelp @ SHRM 2019: Driving diversity & inclusion to encourage a talent rich workforce


Businesses are often quick to pride themselves on having a diverse and inclusive workplace when it comes to the established norms. Age, gender, sexuality, and ethnicity are just some of the areas that organizations now rightly strive to create platforms of support for. But the idea of a diversity & inclusion structure that supports employees with hidden disabilities is something that’s still relatively new.

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Mobile users greeted with a more intuitive Browsealoud


As you’d expect, we’re constantly looking at usage stats to inform the development of our technologies and Browsealoud is no different. Now that almost 70% of our users are accessing Browsealoud from a mobile device we thought it was a good time to take a fresh look at our mobile user experience.

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