Dyslexia-friendly churches guide

This guide suggests things that local churches can do to include dyslexic people.  It’s available to download here in Word (so that you can edit it if you need to e.g. change the background colour) and  PDF (for printing). The guide is comprehensive and signposts to sources of further information.  It is written with dyslexic adults in…

Make it Clear 1 – the View from the Pew by Bill Braviner and David Lucas

The team from Disability and Jesus have put together an impassioned plea for churches to apply three principles in all the literature they produce: Accessible Cool Equal Their argument is based on two premises: firstly, that many visually impaired people are embarrassed to acknowledge their difficulty in reading and go to some lengths to cover it…

Inclusion in many forms

Although Graeme, who uses a wheelchair, doesn’t manage his own church every Sunday, he has an important role as editor of the  church’s weekly news sheet.  He has a form of Motor Neurone Disease for which there is no cure – specifically, Primary Lateral Sclerosis – and reckons to have been living with it for approximately 10…