Corporate partnerships

At Scope, we support businesses to become more inclusive of disabled people. We work with companies to make their jobs, products, and services more inclusive and accessible.

Partnering with us demonstrates your commitment to being more inclusive. It also helps us achieve our vision of a society where all disabled people enjoy equality and fairness.

Our partners

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An example of the work we can do with great partners is our invisible disabilities campaign with ITV.

Our partnerships offer

Through our partnerships we help companies to improve disability inclusion in these areas:

  • employment
  • digital accessibility
  • internal workplace policies
  • external business practices

We do this by offering a range of corporate services.

Inclusive workplace services

We know disabled people are almost twice as likely to be unemployed as non-disabled people. Labour force survey.

That’s why we offer a range of services to suit businesses of all sizes. Helping them to become more confident about disability in the workplace.

Workplace disability inclusion 

Our Disability Employment Experts work with you to understand your organisation’s needs. This can help us find and review any internal barriers that stop you from hiring disabled talent. These barriers may be cultural or based in workplace attitudes and internal policy.

We provide a tailored package of activities that include:

  • a company review
  • toolkits and resources
  • interactive workshop sessions
  • opportunity to advertise roles through our jobs board

Interactive workshops and training

We offer tailored workshops and training to help your employees:

  • feel less awkward around disabled colleagues and customers
  • understand the social model of disability
  • understand reasonable adjustments and meet people's needs
  • recognise the effect of their actions on disabled people

Workplace disability inclusion programme (

Research and insight

We offer a range of standalone services to complement our corporate programmes.

Research panel

Scope has a research panel of over 2000 members with lived experience of disability. This includes disabled people and parents of disabled children. Research panel members are available for both qualitative and quantitative research.

This includes:

  • focus groups
  • one-to-one interviews
  • user experience sessions and product testing
  • surveys and quick polls

We run and manage group sessions, including consent and rewards for participants.

Accessibility support

We support companies to better reach the 16 million disabled people in the UK. We know websites and online services are not always designed to meet disabled customers’ needs.

We can help you improve your accessibility with the following support.

Digital accessibility audits

Your digital accessibility journey starts with an accessibility audit. This can be your most visited web pages, for example, or your core customer journeys.

We carry out manual testing. This will identify user experience issues that are likely to affect disabled users. We then report on how your digital services perform against global accessibility standards. As a result, you can make sure your website is compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG).

Accessibility audits (

Content accessibility training

Content is a big part of online accessibility. Learn how to create accessible content with the experts at Scope. From webpages, documents and emails, to presentations and digital marketing communications.

Sign up for one of our training sessions which run every few months.

Accessibility training by Scope (

Free accessibility resources for businesses

We want to help digital professionals improve their knowledge of accessibility best practice. So that they can design apps, websites and services that are inclusive of disabled people.

Scope's business offer gives you free access to lots of articles, guides and best practice tips on:

  • content creation
  • web design and development
  • marketing and communications
  • social media

Disability inclusion and accessibility articles (

Partner with us

We're always interested in partnering with organisations where there's a commitment to disability.

Contact partnerships

Get in touch to discuss partnering with us.

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