Editing for accessibility and inclusion

Let’s make your important words easy to read.

I can help, with a passion for accessible and inclusive language and lived experience of disability

Power of accessible writing

You know everyone benefits from accessibility and inclusivity in our built environment. The same is true about the words we use, and how we use them.

As an access or inclusive design consultant, or related professional, you want your audit reports, tenders and case studies to be seen as:

  • professional
  • easy to read
  • free from distracting typos

You want your executive summaries to explain key recommendations clearly with no loss of technical accuracy.
My proof-editing and copy-editing services can help you achieve this. Let’s write in a way that works with how humans read.


‘Professionalism, with prompt turnaround’

‘I can provide clients with work that looks more professional and is grammatically correct. Rebecca offers professionalism, with a prompt turnaround, consistency and suggestions that make reports easier to understand, without altering the meaning.’

Ian Streets, access consultant. About Access

‘Invaluable in making our materials more readable and accurate’

‘Rebecca has been invaluable in making our materials more readable and accurate. She’s a great time saver. We focus on technical aspects of our projects and she ensures consistency.’

Tracey Proudlock, disability and inclusive design consultant. Proudlock Associates

‘Feels and looks like a new website’

‘I am immensely grateful for Rebecca’s work on our home page. It now is to the point and describes what we do without frills. It feels and looks so much better, like a new website.’

Anne-Marie Asgari, development director and trustee at Toucan Diversity Training

I am a member of:

I have completed:

  • the Design Council’s continuing professional development Inclusive Environments course.


Get in touch for a free consultation to find out how I can help you.

Different levels of editing

1. Proof-editing or proofreading

Proof-editing is about keeping it simple and checking for spelling, grammar, consistency and factual accuracy. The aim is to change as little as possible, while still being ready to ask questions.

This is good for important documents that you’ve spent a long time on. I can give you an objective view.

2. Copy-editing – basic and developmental

Copy-editing starts with your existing copy. It’s about enhancing structures and picking the most effective words to make your meaning jump off the page. I rebuild sentences paragraphs or even whole documents, changing the order and adding support with headlines.

You decide how much you want changed.

What I edit

These are examples of where I can help make your words shine:

  • web pages
  • printed marketing material
  • e-newsletters
  • business plans
  • reports
  • profiles
  • award entries
  • grant applications
  • manuals
  • guide books
  • internal comms

I am not a fiction editor but can put you in touch with people who are.

Clarity, simplicity, trust

Clarity helps your customers

Simple words are powerful tools when presented well. They give clarity and that helps people understand and make decisions more quickly and easily. I can find a clear way to describe complicated information.

Simplicity tells your story

Your business or organisation is unique and you know its life story, purpose or message. I can help you decide what to include, and what to leave out.

Trust protects your reputation

Even minor spelling mistakes or inconsistencies damage trust, cause confusion and slow people down. I can ensure your content is accurate and consistent.

Get in touch for a free consultation to find out how I can help you.

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