British Computer Association for the Blind

BCAB is an organisation of visually impaired people who use Information and Communications Technology (ICT). Our members range from experienced computer professionals to people who are beginning to explore the use of Information and Communications Technology for leisure, study or employment. BCAB is a charity, based in the UK, but with the advent of global networks, is developing ever closer links with people and organisations worldwide. What do we do? BCAB works on a number of projects and goals, including: Get actively involved in enabling visually impaired people to access and use information communication technologies; Organise specialised training; Campaign vigorously to ensure that blind people gain equal access to information and communication technologies; Provide a focus for the use of ICT by blind and partially sighted computer users; Publish a newsletter and a regular members' CD; Support an active email list which serves as a powerful vehicle for infromation sharing and networking.

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0845 643 9811 0845 643 9811
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58 - 72 John Bright Street
B1 1BN
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