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. READ MORE >>
“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