(External link) - AbilityHub is an Assistive Technology related web site for people with a disability who find operating a computer difficult, maybe even impossible. AbilityHub is a firm starting point for finding information concerning Assistive Technology.
(External link) - Advice on work and issues affecting older people
Cerebral Palsy - Ask the Doctor
(External link) - Find out about cerebral palsy disease, types of cerebral palsy, and ask the doctor if you are eligible for lifetime benefits. Free evaluation.
BBC - My Web My Way
(External link) - My Web My Way is designed to educate audiences with accessibility needs about how to get the best out of the web - not just BBC Online - by using personalisation features in their browsers or operating systems, or using assistive technologies like screenreaders.
Better Info, Better Lives This website has lots of information about the services and support you might need. All of the resources are easy to understand.
British Institute of Learning Disabilities - (BILD)
(External link) - Information & Resources Service at BILD is available to people interested in learning disabilities, working with people with learning disabilities, studying / researching disability, there may be something here to interest you.
(External link) - Capability Scotland is the country's largest disability organisation, providing a broad range of services to adults and children with physical and/or learning disabilities and campaign for equal rights.
Children in the Highlands Information Point+ (CHIP+)
(External link) - an information service set up specifically to answer any questions you may have about the services available to families in the Highlands who have a child with special needs.
Mental Health Foundation
(External link) - The mental health portal.
Learn Direct Scotland (Linking Education and Disability)
Disabled adults, or someone phoning on their behalf, can receive specialised advice and guidance about educational, training and leisure opportunities.
Equality and Human Rights Commission
(External link) - Information and advice on disability rights and legislation.
Foundation for People with Learning Difficulties
(External Link) - the Foundation for People with Learning Disabilities is a United Kingdom based organisation which aims to improve the quality of life for people with learning disabilities.
Lead Scotland - (Linking Education and Disability).
(External link) - Lead Scotland enable physically disabled and / or sensory impaired adults to access education, training and lifelong learning opportunities.
(External link) - The site aims to provide you with a gateway to information about your health, and to provide you with a virtual one stop shop.
Scotland's Health on the Web
(External link) - NHS / health information for staff and public on the web
Formerly known as Visual Impairment Services Highland, Sight Action operate under their parent charity, The Highland and Islands Society For Blind People (HISBP).
Action on Hearing Loss (RNID)
(External link) - The RNID provide free, confidential and impartial information to deaf and hard of hearing people, their families, friends, and professionals in the Highlands.
Web Accesibility Initiative (WAI and W3C)
(External link) - Information and advice for organisations committed to improving Internet access for disabled people and carers.
Web accessibility resources
(External link) - Information and links on general web accessibility as well as different disabilities and how accessibility applies.