Audio Description Association Scotland
Shared information from Audio Description Association (SCOTLAND)
ADA (Scotland) promotes audio description and facilitates the provision of audio description services across Scotland. ADA and ADA (Scotland) offer the same accredited training courses for describers on their respective sides of the border.
GLFB is a fund-raising charity which raises money to support its member charities and other grassroots organisations working to improve the lives of blind and visually impaired people across the capital.
The Royal Society for blind children (RSBC) believe no child in the UK should grow up to be poor or lonely just because they are blind. RSBC’s Family Support Service can offer practical advice and emotional support to make sure every blind child has the self-belief and skills to fulfil the potential they’ve got. RSBC also runs social and peer groups, an employability programme and Health and Well-being clubs to support vision impaired young people to live a life without limits.
The Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) are here for everyone affected by sight loss. Whether you’re losing your sight or you’re blind or partially sighted, our practical and emotional support can help you face the future with confidence.
Edited by disabled artist Colin Hambrook, DAO is a repository of thousands of articles, blogs, news items, reviews, interviews and creative writing by artists and writers on disability and the artists published since 2004.
Leading provider of audio guides outside the US
Theatre, film and TV work
Independent Media Services has recently been acquired by Broadcast Text International.
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Mind’s Eye operates throughout the United Kingdom and Ireland, to provide audio description, descriptive tours, touch tours and handling sessions, audio guides and audio brochures for Theatres, Galleries, Museums, Conferences, Film Festivals and other Cultural Institutions.
Sightlines Audio Description Services was formed by Jonathan Nash and Margaret Spittles in 1994 and over the last eighteen years has audio described over six hundred theatre performances.
VocalEyes is a registered charity working across the nation at a variety of venues and with a range of partner organisations. The heart of their mission is to work with blind and partially sighted people to enhance engagement with the arts, through audio description.
Windsor Theatre Describers Association is a charity which aims to enhance the experience of blind and partially sighted visitors to Theatre Royal Windsor by providing audio description and related services.