Disability Mediation & Arbitration Services
Access and Evacu8 Mediation Services for businesses and disabled people. Since the loss of the DRC (Disability Rights Commission) there are very limited resources for positive and solutional mediation between companies and disabled people.
Our new service has a free initial consultation for either party (which in most cases settles the dispute) via phone, skype conference or in person at an independent meeting place. (We have our own mediation suite, based in the North west.)
Mike Elkerton MBE has many year experience of successful mediation for large companies, individuals and support organisations and he quotes
“I have seen many cases of dispute that can be easily settled yet there seems to be no apparent mechanism for this. I am passionate about building bridges and mediation leads to a more diverse and inclusive society that has a positive impact for all”
Access and Evau8 has a team of five disability officers with over 100 years of experience and expertise in a very diverse sector of business and society.
Our third sector Partner organisations can also be called in to arbitrate complaints and issues and with their added expertise we cover all forms of disability and every sector of business.
If you are a business, you can register free and have instant access to first point of call advice.
Disabled people and organisation can also contact us for free advice and on the process of mediation. If that fails the actions and guidance on taking legal litigation, including possible financial support for taking a small claims case to court, is an additional area that we can help with too.
Disability Public Relation Services
Public relations is the act of connecting and communicating through all the various relationships that a business or organisation may have formed with the public. These various publics include employees, customers, industry, government entities, investors, charities, suppliers and the media. For instance, if you’re a business and you want inform, influence even persuade disabled people- you have been caught in the act of public relations.
Our ‘Public Relation Services’ takes into consideration the bigger picture of how an organisation relates and is perceived by the public at large. A good public relations strategy can not only help a company understand its disabled customers and provide meaningful solutions, but track those results and maybe forecast outcomes for future circumstances and being ‘disability business confident’ recognised.
Our Public relations professionals work with an organisation’s senior management to deal directly with critical internal and external company events. Both traditional media and certainly now the Internet social media campaigns are utilised to communicate the appropriate message. In Our public relations professional’s toolbox includes the ability to research, write and speak.
Disability Media Relation Services
Media relations can be described as a company’s interactions with editors, reporters and journalists. The media can be newspapers, radio, television and the Internet. Our goal is to communicate a client’s newsworthy disability message, story or information using the appropriate media outlets. A company may need only one person to work with the media or choose to hire a team depending on the amount of information that has to be controlled. As Media relation specialists we connect with the media world on a regular basis.
Our professionals work to develop and design media plans that can become a blueprint for what the company hopes to accomplish at the local, national or international level. Business strategies are designed to manage and create positive perceptions of the company and in particularly respond to any negative media a company may face over disability issues or complaints.
We have effective media relations services it is essential to work with and not against the media. Developing a strong relationship with journalists, bloggers and content writers who may be eager to hear what you have to say, can provide your client with invaluable access to the public.
While an invisible line is drawn between public relations and media relations, our professionals in both fields have experience in mass communication that has shown to be successful. Trending information has to be anticipated and understood well in advance. And it has to be quickly accessed.
Everything we do is carried out in a way that places your company in a positive light. Our team possess Extensive knowledge of the Internet and social media and can use these tools to ‘damage limit’ disability discrimination stories and cases.