Scotland’s first research report on disabled LGBT people and services. A practical guide to better including disabled LGBT people in services.
Out To Access
Out to Access was Scotland’s first funded project that focused on the intersections of disability with gender identity and sexual orientation. The project ran between 2011-2012 in partnership with Inclusion Scotland and Glasgow Disability Alliance (GDA), and was funded by the Scottish Government Equality Unit.
The project promoted the inclusion of Disabled Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender (D/LGBT) people in services through community champions, action groups, training and research.
The Putting the Pieces Together report is the result of this work.