Changing Places.org – The Perito Prize Anthology 2019’s Chosen Charity – Find Out More Here!

The Perito team are pleased to announce that the proceeds from the 2019 Perito Prize Anthology will be donated to Changing Places. An organisation all about spreading the word on fully accessible toilets. For more information on Changing Places please check out their website on http://changing-places.org/ and their twitter feed on https://twitter.com/CP_Consortium. You can also discover more […]

An image showing the logo of Changing-places.org. Fully Accessible WCs

The 2019 Anthology Is Now Available To Buy Or Download from Amazon Bookstore & Kindlestore!

The Anthology is now available to buy from Amazon in both paperback and Kindle from here. This year we will support the charity that campaigns for fully accessible toilets called Changing Places. You can find out more about them here. They have a range of interesting resources including the Toilet Map –  http://www.uktoiletmap.org/ – and […]

The Perito Prize Anthology in red book of the 2019 Perito Prize in 3d.

Our World. Without Boundaries Podcast: Episode 2

EPISODE 2: TACTILE & BLISTER SURFACES   Welcome to the Perito Podcast ‘Our World. Without Boundaries’, today we’re talking to Jill Allen-King about tactile and blister paving and the world of accessibility for blind and partially sighted people.    Perito: Hi Jill thanks for joining us, so it would be good to start off with a […]

Perito Ltd podcast about accessibility and inclusive design

The Jill Allen-King Podcast – Episode One: The Disabled Living Allowance For Blind And Partially Sighted People

Jill Allen-King OBE, has been to Buckingham Palace seven times, written books, a well-received autobiography available on Amazon and found time to run for local council for the Libdems in 2019. Jill has helped Perito create two new podcasts for Our World. Without Boundaries, which you can listen to here, and the transcript is below. Thanks […]

A picture of blind and patrially sighted campaigner Jill Allen-King OBE

Disabled Access Audit? Top 5 reasons to get one

Top 5 Reasons to get an Access Audit Next time you are out and about and fall into conversation with someone ask them whether they know anyone with a disability. In March 2019 the Government’s Family Resources Survey was published and showed that: 44% of State Pension age adults reported a disability As did 18% […]

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