Technology Association of Visually Impaired People
The Technology Association of Visually Impaired people (TAVIP) promotes, supports and encourages the use of technology amongst blind and partially sighted people. TAVIP is the successor organisation to the British Computer Association of the Blind (BCAB), a self-help organisation founded in 1969.
TAVIP (Technology Association of Visually Impaired people) is a charity registered in Scotland that provides services and welcomes members from the whole of the UK. TAVIP also has international members and whilst we do not go out of our way to recruit these we are happy to capitalise on the benefits of greater diversity.
We’re involved in the following key activities:
- Sharing impartial advice about computers, tablets, mobiles and assistive technologies.
- Campaigning for equal access to technology and the internet.
- Hosting independent technology help lines and a discussion forum.
- Producing technology articles, tutorials and webinars.
- Holding technology meetups and events.
Our members include people taking their first steps with technology, through to people working as professionals in the IT industry. TAVIP, formally the British Computer Association of the Blind, has a noble history of accessibility reform and community engagement to improve accessibility across the board.
We are currently offering free membership for a three year period, so there has never been a better time to get involved, learn more about technology and have a say in the future of the charity.
Get in touch
To get in touch, you can email TAVIP at:
Or leave us a phone message on:
0203 637 6070