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              Your search returned 735 Solutions

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              • easy entrance develops workable, realistic and cost-efficient solutions that enable companies and organisations to create accessible work environments. Sustainable solutions are jointly developed on the conceptual basis of 'accessibility' and 'design for all'.

                easy entrance develops workable, realistic and cost-efficient solutions for companies and organisations to improve accessibility. As a business consultancy and technical architecture company, easy entrance offers services for the entire process from conception through planning to implementation.
                Easy Entrance GmbH, Consultancy for accessible working environments, Austria

              • One children’s book in nine accessible formats

                The project promotes the concept of inclusion through book workshops for children, teachers, and educators allowing children aged 7 to 11 years to experience inclusion in a sensory and playful way. The main feature is the children's book "Sonhos do Dia" (Dreams of the Day), which is presented in nine diverse and accessible formats.
                WVA Editoria - Accessible Publishing, Brazil

              • 3 men and 5 women, one of whom is sitting in a wheelchair, are positioned around a modern white car with sensors on the roof, standing on a parking space for persons with disabilities.

                Government-led crowdsourcing platform to guide policymaking for inclusive workplaces

                The US Department of Labor’s ePolicyWorks is a ‘virtual town hall’. Through an accessible online crowdsourcing tool, anyone can participate in national dialogues on employment and disability issues - a model that has already been adopted by other US agencies.
                Department of Labor of the US, ePolicyWorks Initiative, United States of America

              • ED. Madrid (C. A. Madrid). 21/06/10.- Reportaje Educación a niños del Centro de Recursos Educativos de la ONCE en Madrid - CRE

                Teaching blind students in regular school classes

                The mission of the project is to provide visually impaired students with assistive technology and specific support teams so that they can participate in regular classes. Regardless of age or educational stage, these teams support students with special needs from early intervention to the university level and adulthood.
                ONCE Foundation, Spain

              • Personalised coaching in the workplace

                Best buddies provides individuals with intellectual and developmental disabilities the opportunity to have personalised coaching in the workplace and become integrated in their place of employment. In 2012, Best Buddies Colombia had placed 320 individuals in such a workplace in the various regions of Colombia.
                Best Buddies International, Personalised coaching in the workplace, United States of America

              • Three young girls in wheel chairs are ready to get pushed by three girls standing behind them at the start of a race.

                Supporting school enrolment of girls with disabilities

                STEP identified 220 girls with disabilities for school enrolment and provided 180 of them with assistive devices. The project was implemented with the support of parent-teacher councils and school representatives in two districts. STEP also trained 90 teachers in methods for teaching children with disabilities.
                STEP - Special Talent Exchange Program, Girl Enrollment Programme, Pakistan

              • Post-secondary inclusion: a path to employment

                IPSE develops inclusive post-secondary education opportunities for individuals with developmental disabilities. The initiative has a proven track record, resulting in vastly superior rates of employment for adults with developmental disabilities in a broad array of jobs and careers with less dependency on human services.
                Alberta Association for Community Living, Post-secondary inclusion: a path to employment, Canada

              • A man on a wheelchair entering a room with accessibility features to hold on to.

                Supporting businesses in creating accessible workplaces and infrastructure

                Based in Karachi, Pakistan, NOWPDP started a comprehensive project for public space and workplace accessibility and inclusion in 2012. Since then more than 50 locations have been adapted. To date more than 2,000 people with disabilities have benefited, 30 branches of a bank and numerous offices have been modified.
                NOWPDP - Network of Organizations Working with People with Disabilities, Pakistan

              • Two women stand in a catering kitchen, laughing and smiling. Full cups of grapes are arranged on a tray in front of them.

                Government-led training and hiring services for people with intellectual disabilities

                The initiative provides a higher learning programme, a specialized industry-based training, and lifelong adult learning opportunities for people with developmental and/or intellectual disabilities. Over 200 people participate across 19 programmes each year. Graduates have an 84 per cent employment rate.
                University of Vermont, Center on Disability and Community Inclusion, State of Vermont Transition and Post-Secondary Education Initiative, United States of America

              • Wayfindr: Empowering vision impaired people to travel independently

                Wayfindr wants to establish an Open Standard that helps manufacturers create consistent and reliable wayfinding products. For people with visual impairments, such a standard will enable them to navigate independently by giving them access to reliable, consistent directions from their smartphones and other devices.
                Royal Society for Blind Children, United Kingdom