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KIDS Briefing Paper: Communicating with disabled children and young people

This briefing paper outlines some of the barriers to communication that exist and the variety of tools that can be used in order to support communication with all children. It is useful for anyone who wants to improve their understanding of communication and may be useful in preparation before consulting...

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KIDS Publication : Inclusion by Design

This is the third book in the Play work Inclusion Project (PIP) Guidelines Series. Packed with photos demonstrating good practice in inclusive design. This publication is aimed at planners, designers, parks and leisure officers as well as early years, play and childcare providers who want to ensure that the design...

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KIDS Publication : Everybody's Business

The fourth and final book in the Play work Inclusion Project (PIP) Guidelines Series, ‘Everybody’s Business’, offers all play, leisure and childcare providers practical advice, activities, and ideas on how best to include disabled children in a range of play settings. This publication is the culmination of the Play work Inclusion...

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KIDS Analysis and Report - The An-Najah National University Inclusion Project

KIDS National Development Department was commissioned by the British Council, working on the West Bank of the Palestinian Territories, to investigate how An-Najah National University in Nablus, could develop their provision for disabled students. KIDS analysis and report provides a number of recommendations suggesting how the University could build on...

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Sensory access in higher education: guidance report 2009

This guidance was developed following an investigation to explore and understand some of the barriers to inclusion currently experienced by sensory impaired staff and students in higher education. The investigation revealed recommendations for estates managers, but also for a range of departments across institutions, including recommendations for management, support service...

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Dementia and Town Planning Creating better environments for people living with dementia

This practice note gives advice on how good planning can create better environments for people living with dementia. It summarises expert advice, outlines key planning and health policy and highlights good practice case studies. The policy context applies to England, Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland - the principles of good...

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Strategic Housing for Older People Resource Pack

This resource pack offers an approach to meeting the housing demand and supply challenges and opportunities for an increasingly ageing population. It sets out the evidence and provides a framework and accompanying tools for housing, health and socialcare practitioners to inform and influence their local strategic commissioning, planning and investment...

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Inclusive Design: creating a user’s world

This teaching package consists of a DVD, which explores the nature of inclusive design processes by using live examples of architectural projects as a basis for discussion, and accompanying notes for tutors. The role and relationship of the architects, the client, the user advisors, access consultants, and other members of...

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Green Spaces Outdoor Environments for Adults with Autism

This publication describes how design can create beneficial green spaces for adults with autism to enjoy being out in the garden, while at the same time anticipating and managing the inevitable challenges of the unpredictable outdoors. It looks in particular at leisure, occupation and exercise activities, offering design guidance on...

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Sight Line Designing Better Streets for People with Low Vision

Sight Line presents how eight people with sight loss experience the urban environment and what could be done to make using our streets safer and more comfortable. It sets out a number of findings and recommendations relevant to designers, architects and policy makers interested in creating vibrant and inclusive streets....

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Inclusive Design Awards Judging Guidance

This guidance aims to assist organisations when judging schemes nominated for awards, in terms of their success in creating an inclusive environment which provides suitable solutions for as many people as possible and it has been produced by the Access Association. The guidance sets out the general principals of inclusive...

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Essential Principles Guide for Built Environment Professionals on creating an accessible and inclusive environment

The Construction Industry Council has adopted the six principles suggested by the Office for Disability Issues in the Built Environment Professional Education Project Report of Progress1 published in March 2016. This report recommends that all built environment professionals, institutions and related bodies adopt and subscribe to these essential principles for...

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