5 star rating.
25th October 2003
PsychNet-UK, Recommended Site Award.
11th February 2003
The "Hi2u 4 people with hidden impairments" web site,
has won over 25 awards. Something we feel very proud about! To see more
awards we have won. Visit the award pages on our old site by
Patrol Kids Safe Site
- Seal of Approval
Not so long ago we also
receive the "Wired Patrol Kids Safe Site" Seal of Approval. We are also
very proud of this achievement that provides us encouragement. It also
provides us with reinsurance that our hard work is going in the right
direction with our contribution to society.
A surprise for
This site is
"site of the month" on
Stonethrow.co.uk This site has also won their award
showed below. Truly recognition that this site is making a
contribution to society. Please click the Stonethrow Awards to
visit their site and make use of their valuable resources.
Stonethrow for recognising our work.
Sometimes building and maintaining a web site can be much work! Sometimes one
can ask oneself whether it's worth it! The above award won earlier this year is
one of 3 Awards for "web site of the month awards" this site has won. That is
not only recognition that this site is making a contribution to society. It also
demonstrates that if you make an effort even goals that look un-reachable, may
just be reachable!!! I have designed and maintain this site without being able
to read and write. My goal was to make a contribution to society. I think I've
reached this goal even though at the beginning it looked impossible. I hope this
provides others with encouragement to pursue their goals. Not forgetting the
contributions my son has made to this site! So he too, deserves much credit with
this contribution to society. Along with all the input from many visitors who
have made their contributions too.
Chris's drawings throughout this site have provided a fun aspect to this site
that is often voicing serious difficulties. Chris has AD/HD and Asperger
Syndrome, so I'm also hoping that Chris's drawings show that people with hidden
impairments have terrific skills to contribute to society. Chris is inundated
with requests for his drawing skills from, individuals, organisations and for
publications. So I'm also hoping this will provide much encouragement for
I also recognise that this is just a beginning there is still much more work to
do! I don't just mean re-editing the award pages from the old site and placing
them on this new site. I am well aware of the enormous amount of work needed to
ensure all members of society can be part of society and make their
contributions that will enrich our lives for tomorrow.
29th September 2002