HEAR and London for All Access Award

HEAR and London for All Access Awards


HEAR’s Access Award aimed to encourage member organisations to showcase their work to make their services more inclusive and accessible for diverse beneficiaries. HEAR  defines accessibility very widely, encompassing  all the many ways in which we can make it easier for people who need our services to find out about them, know how to access them, feel welcome and included, communicate with us and experience a service most suited to their needs and life experience.


The Access Awards presentations at the recent London for All Conference at the Ort Centre in Camden Town showcased examples of good practice in accessibility and inclusion by HEAR network members in service delivery, and how small changes can have a big impact!


Delegates enjoyed presentations from Young People for Inclusion and Bexley and Bromley Accessible Transport, and the winning organisation, Solace Women’s Aid, who were presented with the Access Award by Andy Gregg, Acting Chair of HEAR, for their work  towards improving the inclusion of deaf and disabled women in domestic violence services.


For all the presentations please go to: