Creating a fully accessible environment is a critical issue...

Access Unlimited supports any process that allows inclusive design!


Inclusive Design is about places everyone can use…

Inclusive design (ID) is the tool we use to put equality into the built environment. Inclusive design is a process by which places are designed and built, managed and used.  Inclusive design allows a environment that can be used with equal ease and dignity. It offers us a place which makes us feel we belong. It’s also a place where we see people like ourselves around. ID should include technical, physical, psychological, emotional etc that give dignity of use.

“If all of my access needs are met all of the time, then I am no longer disabled. Yes I will still have A.N.Other impairment and that may lead in later life to have a knock on effect on my general health. And therefore, by its very nature, develop another type of impairment but again, if that ‘other impairments’ access issue is met, I am still not disabled. Society has a collective responsibility to all its Citizens regardless of colour, creed, sexual preference or impairment(s) to include and not exclude, people, which ever background, assimilate into which ever culture – we integrate systems and procedures”.

©Aindre Reece-Sheerin 2002

Some more facts about the disabled….

11m people live with an impairment in the UK!

26% of British Adults are disabled as defined by the Equality Act 2010. Only 8% of disabled people in the UK use a wheelchair
The projected figure for disability in 2030 is 18m+.

The ILO estimates that there are 610m+ disabled people worldwide and 400m+ million disabled people live in the world’s developing countries


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