Accessible Britain Challenge: toolkits on creating inclusive communities for disabled people

Toolkits with advice for organisations and individuals to help disabled people become full and active participants in their community.

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The Accessible Britain Challenge ended in March 2015. The Disability Confident scheme provides support and guidance on recruiting and retaining employees with disabilities and long-term health conditions.



Disabled people face barriers in their everyday lives that prevent them from being full and active members of their community.

Through the Accessible Britain Challenge we want to encourage communities to become more inclusive and accessible.

Use the toolkits in this guidance to help remove barriers that prevent disabled people being full and active participants in their community.

Published 4 September 2014
Last updated 16 January 2015 + show all updates
  1. Added information about Assistance Dogs (UK).
  2. Added links to guidance about new rules relating to children and young people with special educational needs and disability and Guide Dogs' 'My Guide' supporting people with sight loss as they get out and about.
  3. Added link to a guide for accessible football stadiums.
  4. Added link to the Equality Challenge Unit's guidance on recruiting disabled students and helping them move into employment and the Guide Dogs for the Blind Association's guidance on making places accessible for people who use guide dogs.
  5. Added link to information about increasing work opportunities for people with long-term health conditions and disabilities from Disability Dynamics.
  6. First published.