Consultancy case studies

  1. BDF was commissioned by the UK Embassy in Madrid to conduct a Whole Systems Disability Review of the Embassy and its network of Consulates in Spain. The key purpose of BDF’s work was to help the UK Embassy better understand how disability impacts on each area of the organisation, to identify where improvements can be made and to inform the content of a Disability Action Plan. Read the full case study of our work with the British Embassy in Madrid here (PDF) 
  2. Read a case study about our work to help Kingston University to prepare for changes arising from Disabled Students Allowance and Access to Work (PDF).
  3. Read about our current disability-confident project with the London borough of Camden
  4. BDF was commissioned by Scope to conduct a 'whole-systems' review of its disability performance using our Disability Standard management tool. The review was prompted by Scope’s own Exemplar employer of disabled people project, which aims to improve their performance as an employer of disabled people. The whole-systems review is part of BDF's comprehensive consultancy offering and is designed to deliver systemic improvement across all areas of an organisation. Read the Scope case study here (PDF).
  5. BDF and Research Institute for Consumer Affairs (RICA) our specialist consumer research partner, were commissioned by O2 to review the services they offer for disabled customers. Read the O2 case study here (PDF).
  6. Tideway is the organisation delivering the Thames Tideway Tunnel. Tideway’s ‘Ability Action Group’ commissioned BDF to review how disability impacts on each area of the organisation, to identify where improvements can be made and to inform the content of a disability action plan.  Read the Tideway case study here.