Accessibility Planning

“Patience is a tree whose root is bitter, but its fruit is very sweet.”
- Canadian Proverb

Accessibility planning allows those with disabilities to participate in community functions - economically, socially, physically, artistically, politically, and environmentally. This creates further opportunities for employment, education, housing, volunteering and public programming, as well as adding to the consumer base of local businesses. Accessibility planning not only increases the overall economic opportunities within an area, but also improves health, safety, and circularity within public spaces. 

Download my Accessibility Planning Checklist: here.

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