Low numeracy affects half of the adults in the UK.
Many live with the limitations of not understanding numbers and the impact that has on everyday life, like managing money, arranging appointments, doing calculations and telling the time.
Use the accessible numbers project to design services for people who need help with numbers.
Research by Laura Parker with support from Rachel Malic and Jane McFadyen, based on our poster designing for people with dyscalculia and low numeracy.
This site is not yet fully compliant with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines 2.1, and some of you might run into problems navigating the site.
An accessibility audit is scheduled for May 2023.
We know it’s ironic that this site is not accessible despite its name. But our project is self funded and done in our spare time, so we must save up for an accessibility audit.
Talk to Laura on Twitter or LinkedIn if you know how we can improve the site.
Thank you for understanding.