Louise Plunkett  - Digital Accessibility & Inclusion Training Consultancy 

Louise was diagnosed with a genetic, progressive and incurable eye disease in her teens. She uses her daily frustrations, experiences and knowledge of navigating the online world to educate businesses on how they can improve their reach and visibility. 


She has been instrumental in being the catalyst for both small and global businesses to evaluate and assess their branding, marketing, social content, websites and messaging, to bring about improvements to accessibility. 


Louise is available for group training, guest speaking, 1:1 coaching, consultancy and mentoring. 

She also runs online accessibility clinics, workshops, and co working sessions, all delivered online. 


Her experience of living with severe sight loss as a teen, and the diagnosis journey she went on, is now published as part of a book collaboration, Letters to my Teenage Self Volume Two. 

Louise also volunteers at both a local and national level with sight loss charities, Vision Norfolk and The Macular Society. Giving back and being able to support others going through a sight loss diagnosis is important to her. 




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