Disability Inclusion Community

A disability awareness community guiding organisations to successfully and continuously attract and value disabled people

Are you eager to


  • Develop a disability inclusion strategy but unsure what your goals should be
  • Recruit disabled people but struggling to know where to begin
  • Ensure your business is accessible
  • Attract more disabled customers
  • Receive general guidance, support and confidence
  • Engage but lack in confidence around language

Welcome to the Disability Inclusion Community!

The Disability Inclusion Community is an online community of like-minded business and organisation professionals. All working towards a similar goal; to be inclusive of disabled employees and customers.

Many organisations often know that they would like to be inclusive and that it is important to be inclusive of disabled people. However, they find it difficult to articulate a specific goal.  Lack of confidence around language and true understanding of the barriers faced by disabled people often create a block to engagement and inclusion.   The membership community is here to provide expert knowledge, guidance and resources to ensure true inclusion of disabled customers and employees.

  • Access the experts

    Benefit from a wealth of experience from industry experts in diverse areas of disability inclusion

  • Collaborate with peers

    Engage and interact with ilke-minded professionals with somwith similar experiences

  • Open for everyone

    Membership entitles your entire organisation to access a wealth of resources

  • Library of content

    Use and keep a library of content to support you develop your disability inclusive workplace

Run By Disabled People

Disability Inclusion Community is a subsidiary of Celebrating Disability;  a disability inclusion business existing to support businesses to be inclusive of disabled people through training, event speaking, consultancy and auditing.  Clients told us that they would benefit from a place where they can learn, engage and interact with other businesses and organisations in similar positions.

Celebrating Disability is run by Esi Hardy, a physically disabled woman.  Esi uses her lived experiences of disability along with her over a decade worth of business experience to support clients to make realistic choices about how they can be inclusive of disabled people based on tangible goals.

The community offers step-by-step support to being inclusive of Disabled People by providing:

Live Events
On Demand Resources
Industry Experts
Interactive Forums

Popular disability awareness and disability inclusion topics featured:


  • Language and communication
  • Common barriers and ways to mitigate those barriers
  • Supporting disabled people in the workplace
  • Recruiting disabled candidates
  • Engaging disabled customers
  • Ensuring accessible and inclusive events

Frequently Asked Questions


Launch Price

£450

Available until 7th Feb

Unlimited access to content

Recurring annual payment 
(will renew at £450)

Access for your whole organisation

Be the first to access live content

Engage with like-minded professionals

Regular access to industry experts

Annual Price

£600

Unlimited access to content

Recurring annual payment

Access for your whole organisation

Be the first to access live content

Engage with like-minded professionals

Regular access to industry experts

John Hall - Celebrating Disability and Disability Inclusion Community client
John Hall CIHT
Esi is excellent to work with, and her passion, expertise and professional approach is refreshing. The quality of content and style of delivery was exactly what we were looking for and has aided our continued development in an exciting period of transformation.

Launching 1st Feb 2021

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The Disability Inclusion Community is created, hosted and is a subsidiary of Celebrating Disability.  To find out more and to be redirected to Celebrating Disability, click here