Your Future = Better Designs. Changes that positively affect us all
Creating an environment where everyone can thrive and contribute effectively doesn’t happen overnight. Companies need the right resources and guidance to foster that inclusive culture. Our 47 modules provide tailored learning paths to help organizations meet their specific inclusion goals and comply with federal regulations.
These talks offer valuable insights from speakers with a shared dedication to inclusive design.
Today, I’m setting the record straight to help you reach your inclusion goals! Let’s explore 6 common misconceptions about UD in the built environment.
UD has come a long way since its inception, and its potential for creating truly inclusive environments is enormous.
Architects, designers, and other professionals seeking to create more autism-friendly spaces can start by focusing on these four elements.
It is entirely possible to retrofit existing structures with a Universal Design approach to make them more accessible.
Even if you start small and build up as you go, there are plenty of UD strategies to adopt to make your office more accessible for all.
We can ensure everyone can access the same resources and assistance during a disaster.
Falls, slips, and trips are responsible for over a third of all reported major injuries in the workplace.