As part of developing our SurfABLE and SwimABLE projects, we’re delighted to be working with Xiang Li (some have already met), from The Glasgow School of Art, Design Innovation. It would great for Xiang (and especially us), for those have
Friendly Access have been given the task of finding a suitable family to receive one of Lynda Hall’s Puppies. We are looking for a family who feels their lives would benefit from a dog who can help someone in that
News Release Additional funding for ground-breaking work with people with hidden disabilities announced Friendly Access, GSA and Crag3D to take forward mobile Virtual Reality (VR) research to help people with “invisible” conditions such as autism and anxiety. Specialists in support
In October 2017 Friendly Access were proud to accept the One to Watch and Social Impact awards at the TSI (Third Sector Interface) Moray awards ceremony.
Volunteer Participants Required! Are you aged 16 or over? Do you relate to the sometimes uncomfortable and busy public environments of our modern day world? Does fear, anxiety or hypersensitivities stop you doing the things you would love to try
Friendly Access @friendlyaccess Wednesday, November 28th, 2018 at 10:16pm Super proud day seeing our #SurfABLEscotland project featured across many news articles yesterday and today. Anne-Marie, you did amazing! https://t.co/s6VSspieb9 View on Twitter 15 Friendly Access @friendlyaccess Thursday, November 22nd, 2018
Aberdeen, UK, 2017-Jul-08 — /Travel PR News/ — Aberdeen International Airport launched their new hidden disabilities lanyards in partnership with Friendly Access last week with an aim to make air travel more friendly and accessible for all passengers. The airport now