The first article describes prize-winning Cringletie House for its accessibility and excellent facilities for guests with various disabilities.

Next comes a short article describing wordtalk, which is very helpful to visually-impaired people while using their computers.

A short note about the Rail Passengers Committee Scotland, which aims to build up a network of information for all travellers, is followed by a course offered by Community Enterprise to make SORP (State of Recommended Practice for Accounting) more understandable, including a website giving information on training dates.

Next, Wheelchair Review seeks the comments of people who use or provide wheelchair services in Scotland.

A researcher on The Making of Modern Motherhoods is seeking information from disabled mothers to be included in mainstream research, with contact information.

Next comes an invitation to participate in a test session which will enable researchers to compile information on accessing the web.

Youth Awards invites nominations for young people who have done something deserving of an award.

An inspiring article by Mary Guild follows, about disabled entrants to the West Highland Way challenge and how all monies raised benefits charities.

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