The Enabled Archaeology Foundation Releases New Website

The Enabled Archaeology Foundation is a registered charity whose mission is to empower, enable and combat negative attitudes to dis/Abled involvement in heritage. The charity was founded by the late Theresa O’Mahoney and has recently gone through a period of restructuring; included in this is the launch of a new website.

The new website has a number of sections, covering a variety of topics such as ‘articles and news’ which has a number of engaging and thought-provoking pieces. There is a section covering ‘further support and resources’ which includes various links to organisations, websites, articles, projects, guides, podcasts and even includes a section for employers. The events calendar lists related events that may be of interest to service-users and can easily be updated and finally the contacts section where you can get in touch with the various committee members. The website is continually being added to and expanded and all the members of the committee volunteer their own time to this worthwhile cause.

The foundation is keen to hear from anyone with content or events that can be shared through the website.

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