Voting if you have a disability
We offer a range of support to voters with a disability, including voters with a learning disability.
All of our polling stations offer:
- wheelchair accessibility (providing ramps where required)
- a polling booth adapted for wheelchair users
- large print versions of ballot papers, together with aids to enable blind voters to mark ballot papers without help
If you're a disabled voter and you need support to complete a ballot paper on your own, you can take a relative or friend to the polling station to help you.
The presiding officer at the polling station can also help fill in your ballot paper.
Remember, you can vote without visiting a polling station.
You can vote by post or vote by proxy
Guides for voters with a learning disability
Mencap has produced a range of guides to help voters with a learning disability.