The Scottish Accessible Information Forum (SAIF) works to combat social exclusion.
SAIF supports the rights of disabled people and carers in having access to timely and accurate information.
It produces good practice guides and offers training consultation and advice to help organisations, and others, improve the accessibility of their information.
For further information please go to the About SAIF page.
Anyone who is interested in making sure that their information is accessible:
The elearning pilot has now been completed. Thank you to all the participants for their patience, commitment and feedback. SAIF has found this to be a very useful exercise and the report will be made available over the next few weeks.
The in-house training content is currently under review and we are investigating the possibility of recruiting a pool of Accessible Information trainers.
All of SAIF’s publications are currently under review. This is to ensure they are relevant and that the on-line versions are compatible when using Microsoft software.
SAIF have submitted their Scottish Government 3 year funding application allowing it to continue its work throughout April 2014 to March 2017. SAIF will be made aware of the decision by the end of December 2013.
The membership of SAIF will be under review of the coming months. Recruitment of new members will take place at the start of next year.