Disabled Access to Computing
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Frequently Asked Questions
Who are we?
Disabled Access to Computing is a non profit organisation established in 1994, you may well have known of us before as DABBS (Disabled Access to Bulletin Board Systems). The name changed at about the time public access to the World Wide Web was allowed as we moved from supporting a library of software to providing more direct support and services to our clients.What can we do for you?
Our original brief was to assist disabled people in gaining access to, and training on, computer equipment and to work towards enabling clients to gain employment by virtue of their computer skills. We have had some success in these areas but recently our emphasis has shifted toward providing generic training services tailored for the disabled. Due to continuing demand we are maintaining a number of services, albeit at a reduced level, including:Do you want to help us?
There are a number of ways you can help us.How do I get more information?
If you are a disabled person, or know of such a person, who requires assistance with computer equipment, or if you represent a charity or not-for-profit organisation requiring technical support with computer systems you can click on the e-mail button on the left.Feedback is Welcome
If you have any comments to make regarding any of the DA2C services please feel free to use the e-mail button on the left. We do welcome any suggestions from our clients or others with an interest in supporting disabled people in the community.
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