In recent years there has been a growing awareness that ‘disability’ means more than deaf, blind, learning disability or wheelchair users. Whilst the range of impairment as being associated with ‘disability’ has increased, so has the awareness in the public mind that the medical condition is only part of what actually disables a person. How society in general makes provision for those with impairment is also a factor on whether a person is able or disabled from engaging with society in as normal a way as possible.
In this “Inclusion and Accessibility Audit Tool”, questions are designed to assist parishes and other groups to assess environments’ suitability for those living with disabilities.
To download the tool please click on the link below: