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Bridging Physical and Virtual Barriers for a Truly Inclusive Society

Accessibility

Remove barriers and promote equal opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities.

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Acts of Inclusion are your way to promoting a more just and inclusive society. One action at a time.

In order to take the first Act of Inclusion, here are several examples to consider...

Physical Accessibility Initiatives

Encouraging you to advocate for and actively participate

in efforts to make public spaces, buildings, transportation systems, and recreational facilities more accessible, ensuring individuals with developmental disabilities can navigate their surroundings with ease.

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Inclusive communication methods

Promoting the use of alternative communication systems

Such as sign language interpretation, visual aids, or assistive technologies, to facilitate effective communication and ensure that individuals with developmental disabilities can express themselves and be understood.

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Sensory-friendly environments

Encouraging the creation of sensory-friendly spaces

Where sensory stimuli are regulated, providing a comfortable and inclusive environment for individuals with sensory sensitivities associated with developmental disabilities.

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Technology accessibility

Advocating for the development

Use of accessible digital platforms, software, and assistive technologies that enable individuals with developmental disabilities to access information, communication, and opportunities in the digital realm.

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Employment and educational accommodations

Promoting awareness and implementation

As of accommodations in workplaces and educational institutions flexible schedules, assistive technologies, and tailored support services, to enable individuals with developmental disabilities to fully participate and thrive.

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