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In July 2023, Jenny Webster from C-UR-ABLE joined Disability info South Africa (DiSA) and became an Access Warrior and member of our Accessible Cities platform. They do this by assisting us with various queries that come via the DiSA website as well as the creation of various educational videos.C-UR-ABLE Access Warrior Badge

DiSA would like to congratulate and thank Jenny and C-UR-ABLE for joining our "Accessible Cities South Africa (AC - SA) " platform and for becoming an "Access Warrior".

"At C-UR-ABLE we help sighted people create environments so that people with low vision can thrive AND we help people with low vision to learn to live fully in these spaces."

As a member of our Accessible Cities platform, C-UR-ABLE has shown commitment to work together as "Access Warriors", to assist us to empower more persons with disabilities to be the best that they can be!

C-UR-ABLE and DiSA Partnership

Disability info South Africa (DiSA) was started in 2015 by Alan Downey and is now a non-profit company (NPO - 256-154). We provide a One-Stop Access Solution by creating a link between persons with disabilities and the companies, clubs and organizations that are available to assist them. In Jenny Webster and C-UR-ABLE, we have found another essential piece of the puzzle, to add to our One-Stop Access Solution. After meeting Jenny in 2023, we saw first hand the value of the services that C-UR-ABLE provide and have already joined forces on various projects to improve access for persons with Visual Impairments.

By promoting the products and unique services provided by Jenny and C-UR-ABLE and working with them through our "Accessible Cities South Africa (AC - SA) " platform with other Access Warrior - Service Providers, C-UR-ABLE we aim to ensure that all the pieces of the puzzle are in place to provide a "Complete Accessible Solution" for the benefit of all.

C-UR-ABLE and Jenny

C-UR-ABLE was founded by Jenny Webster out of a lifelong experience navigating life with a degenerative eye disease. In this journey of joy and pain she saw that many of the frustrations are fixable. Advances in affordable technology allow people with visual impairments to access information if designed accessibly.

Who do we serve?

  • We help people new to low vision to process their diagnosis as a platform for learning skills for meaningful living. Click here to make an enquiry.

What do we sell?

  • Our product, the PADPERCH provides an affordable alternative to traditional assistive technologies. It allows hands free use of free smart device Apps for magnifying, scan reading or posture friendly viewing.

Contact Jenny at C-UR-ABLE

If you require any further information or require any of the services or products that C-UR-ABLE provides, please feel free to contact C-UR-ABLE via Jenny Webster on: +27 84 531 2122, via Email:, or via their website at:

Current and Future Plans

Only through inclusive environments can most persons with disabilities take part equally in society. "An impairment is any temporary or permanent loss or abnormality of a body structure or function, whether physical or psychological." According to the World Health Organisation (WHO) "Disability is imposed by society when a person with a physical, psychosocial, intellectual, neurological and/or sensory impairment is denied access to full participation in all aspects of life, and when society fails to uphold the rights and specific needs of individuals with impairments."

With this in mind, DiSA has made it a priority to not only create easy access to information through our One-Stop Information Service, but also promote access to the environment for persons with disabilities, through our Accessible Cities Platform and DNN.

Through our partnership with Jenny and C-UR-ABLE, we aim to continue to provide a One-Stop Access Solution to empower persons with disabilities and improve accessibility, so that persons with disabilities can take part equally in society, creating more opportunities for them to succeed, which ultimately changes peoples perceptions of persons with disabilities.

No company, organisation or person is an island, we all need to work together to promote real change for this to happen - This is our goal as Access Warriors!

Contact DiSA

If you, your Company, Organisation, School or Sports Club require any assistance with regards to any of the services listed above, or would like to support DiSA and other Access Warriors in their journey to "Lighting the way to an Inclusive Society", please contact Alan Downey on Email:, Cell: 084 504 9176.