Our Partners


Association for Spinal Injury Research, Rehabilitation and Reintegration

Aspire is a national charity working to provide a nationwide network of practical support for people with Spinal Cord Injury stretching from the first day in hospital through to their full re-integration into society. This is done through a range of projects including specially adapted houses, IT facilities and training, practical advice and grants for specialist equipment.

The Backup Trust

Organisation for Anyone Affected by Spinal Cord Injury

They are here to inspire independence in anyone affected by spinal cord injury and to encourage everyone to get the most from their lives. They work with people of all ages, from young children to the elderly, whatever the motivation or background.

They rely on a vital family of volunteers, mentors and skilled professionals, who provide unrivalled support and enthusiasm for their work and who help us deliver services that rebuild confidence and self-belief.

Digital Accessibility Centre

The Digital Accessibility Centre (DAC) is a non-profit Social Enterprise and one of the leading providers of digital accessibility testing services in the UK. Most of DAC staff are people with disabilities, who are employed as Web Analysts/Testers.

DAC provide the most comprehensive, robust digital product accessibility testing & review services. Our services include consultancy, user testing, testing throughout build stages, code fixing and certification of websites, internal applications and mobile apps. The DAC User testing team is very much at the heart of the service, with the ability to provide ‘real life’ accessibility results to clients. Auditing includes expert technical auditing and automated testing, aligned to W3C WCAG 2.0 and mobile recognised standards.


Pedestrian Accessibility Movement Environment Laboratory

PAMELA is a laboratory for the assessment of pedestrian movement : how people react in pedestrian environments; under well controlled laboratory conditions. PAMELA is a modular platform that can be adjusted to simulate different surface profiles and types. 


Transport Accessibility Rehabilitation Services Advisory Network

​TARSAN was founded to ensure users of rehabilitation and transport services can have an active voice in shaping the research we carry out at University College London and the Royal National orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH).

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