Health and Social Care Professionals

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It is widely recognised amongst health and social care professionals the power of enabling environments and the impact poor accessibility can have on functioning and inclusion. The ability to fulfil many activities of daily living or engage in meaningful occupations depends on places and spaces being accessible for a disabled person. 

Our mission is to make it easier for disabled people to find great places to go.  We are working with health and social care professionals across the country to break down the barriers of exclusion caused by a lack of disabled access information, increase understanding of accessibility, and create positive and powerful opportunities for education and change. 

Health and social care professionals are key to increasing awareness of Euan’s Guide to ensure disabled people, their family and carers can access good quality accessibility information. By working collaboratively, we hope to give everyone the freedom to explore and make the world more accessible one review at a time.

Get involved:

We've launched a resource page for professionals, to find out how you can get involved and help the disabled community find great accessible places to visit. We are trialling sending out packs with useful resources which you can share to introduce people to Euan's Guide and support them in finding accessible reviews. We are keen to get your feedback on these resource packs and ways you think we can improve. To request the service or share your feedback, please email us at

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