Accessibility awareness is not just about considering physical access for wheelchair users and ramps, but by identifying and recognising features that could form barriers for people within the diversity of deafblindness and disability.
Few physical environments are ideal for people with a combined sight and hearing loss, for example:
- Poor acoustics distort sound and speech recognition.
- Unpredictable internal and external environments create hazards for people who are visually impaired.
- Differing and poor lighting levels that create problems with orientating safely and good communication techniques
By anticipating environmental adjustments and thinking inclusively we can create best possible environments and services for a wider market that provide
FACS works together with Disability and Equality Experts to deliver Accessibility workshops to support and advise your organisation to help meet the requirements of the Equality Act 2010 and provide best possible environments, using the value of user led experience and universal design.
FACs works with the philosophy of low cost/high Impact enabling a wider customer diversity to benefit from improvements to services.
Suitable training venues to be provided by the client or a local venue can booked by FACS and costs added. Travel and accommodation costs are not included.