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Andy Fell is an independent disability and assistive technology (AT) consultant with almost thirty years' experience working with all disabilities and age groups. He is a qualified Rehabilitation Officer for the Visually Impaired and since qualification, has lectured on the use of assistive technology and role of AT in the life of disabled people. He has worked with a wide range of charitable organisations including British Dyslexia Association and was Head of Assistive Technology for Guide Dogs for the Blind. He has also worked for blue chip companies, the emergency services and various government departments including Department for Work and Pensions.
Andy is a Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts, Chairman and founding trustee of the and sat on the – Workplace Assessors Professional Review Panel.
Andy is an Ambassador for . The charity which gives life-limited and disabled children using hospice services across the British Isles the chance to play, be creative, control something for themselves and communicate, through the magic of assistive technology.
Andy is a member of the following professional bodies/associations:
• National Association Disability Practitioners (MNADP)
• British Dyslexia Association
• Vocational Rehabilitation Association (PRVA)
• VIEW – registered charity, which represents the interests and needs of children and young people with visual impairment across the United Kingdom.
He is accredited as a trainer and consulted by many of the major assistive technology software and hardware companies.
He has contributed to the following publications:
• Dyslexia in the Workplace – Malpas 2012
• Dyslexia in the Workplace - a TUC guide (3rd edition) Hagan 2014
He has successfully completed the following Bond Solon courses:
• Excellence in Report Writing
• Courtroom Skills
• Cross-Examination Day
• Civil Law and Procedure
Andy Fell holds an Enhanced Disclosure Certificate from the Criminal Records Bureau.
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