Board rules

These rules are disclosed to clarify the various responsibilities of all community members here on They shall be adhered to by everyone to ensure that our board runs smoothly and provides a fun and productive experience for all of our community members and visitors.

  1. Disabled Support and Information Exchange Library (DSIEL) is a place for the disabled, carer’s and family of disabled people to obtain/share information and discuss relevant issues.

    Debate – by its very definition – requires disagreement. So we will always welcome divergent views and we encourage people to express where they agree and disagree with others.

    However, we believe that all comments should seek to add value to the original post. So in order to encourage discussion in an environment that is welcoming and inclusive for the disabled, their family and carer’s, comments will be moderated, and we will remove consistently off-topic remarks and personal or routinely negative or derogatory attacks on the disabled/benefit claimants or other readers or contributors, as well as banning the worst offenders from commenting on the site.

    We will immediately remove comments that are deemed to be discriminatory, racist, sexist, homophobic, gratuitous or threatening, and ban those who make such comments.

    Comments left should be considered published under the Creative Commons licence and may be reproduced by DSIEL or other third parties.
  2. The E-mail & Letter Template's Offered Freely Throughout The Web-Site Are Offered As Examples For Demonstration Purposes Only

    Terms & Conditions For Using The Templates

    By downloading and using the templates available at you are agreeing to the following:

    • You do accept and understand that the email & letter templates are for demonstration purposes (examples) only
    • You do accept full & sole responsibility for any matters that may arise from their use
    • You do accept & understand that the Admin Team, Volunteer members or any other member at are not responsible for any mistakes you might make using the templates or the outcome of any benefit decision.
    • You do accept & understand that the contents of any e-mail or letter you send based on the templates are your full & sole responsibility
    If you are unsure of what you are doing then in the first instance we strongly recommend you contact a local welfare advisory service for advice & assistance. #