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We have taken all steps within our means to ensure that this website broadly complies with W3C standards and with The Equality Act ensuring that people with disabilities will be able to use the site and have the same access to its content and resources as any other visitors. This is an ongoing development that Building Bridges Training will be committed to indefinitely. 

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Making information easier to understand for

people with a learning disability

 

People with a learning disability receive a lot of written information – but many struggle to understand it. Putting written information in a more accessible format using pictures, the use of easy words and good design and layout helps them to understand and use the information.

 

This course can be delivered as a whole or half day training and is for any staff who have to produce written information and letters for people with a learning disability. You will get a course handbook and a copy of Building Bridges Training’s Guide to Producing Easy Read Information to take away and use.

To book a course at your service please contact Vanessa on 0121 559 9197 
or email vanessa@building-bridges-training.org

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Read more about our Easy Read Services

We provide training on a variety of topics that are important to people with learning disabilities. People with a learning disability have a right to information they can understand. ‘Easy read’ is a format that people

with a learning disability prefer.

Place order for our new FREE Tablet Quizzes

Building Bridges Training self-assessment tablet quizzes about ‘healthy lifestyles and wellbeing’ and ‘financial capability’ for people with a learning disability.

They are a starting point for support workers to discuss areas for change and identify areas of support.