About MakeAbility/Remap

What is  MakeAbility?

MakeAbility is a community of engineers, makers, DIYs and other practical, innovative people who are all interested in using their skills to make the world a more accessible place. Members are encouraged to share their knowledge, skills and inventions with the community so that everyone can learn from each other.

We believe that design can make more things possible for more people. Come and see our latest innovations and share your own ideas.


Who are Remap?

 Remap is the UK-based charity behind MakeAbility. We supply free, custom-made equipment to disabled people when there's nothing available on the market. We have over 900 volunteers across the UK and every day we help ten people achieve greater independence and a better quality of life.

 How can I volunteer with Remap?

Remap is always looking for practical to help with design and manufacture of equipment. To become a Remap volunteer (and gain access to the volunteers' section of this site), send an email to 

 volunteer@remap.org.uk or call 01732760209. We'll Have a chat about your interests and link you up with one of our seventy groups across the UK.






















Check out Makeability to see a full list of projects Remap has worked on