What is physical disability? What are the different forms of physical disabilities?
How to better include people with physical disability?
You will find all the answers here!
Thanks to apps and features, people with physical disabilities can gain more autonomy and independence. Today technology rimes with accessibility for all.
When street works and road works impact the road network, the design of accessible routes is essential to ensure that everyone, whether disabled or not, can move safely.
Ensuring urban mobility for all is a major challenge. The sidewalks that we walk every day without difficulty can be a source of anxiety and factor of social withdrawal for the most fragile people.
8 Clichés on Accessibility for Blind and Visually Impaired People What do people with a visual impairment need? Why are accessibility regulations so strict regarding visual and tactile contrasts, fall prevention and signage? You’ll discover in this article a few...
The Montreal Metro on the Way to Universal AccessibilityWith 1.36 million passengers per day, the Montreal metro is the first network in Canada and the third in North America behind New York City and Mexico City. The network, which was inaugurated on October 14, 1966...
How Accessible Are the Audible Pedestrian Pushbuttons of Your Crossings?Actuating audible pedestrian pushbuttons is the first step to crossing the street safely. They provide blind and visually impaired users audible information about the WALK and DON’T WALK signals....
Invisible Disabilities: 80% of Disabled People Are Concerned! Having a disability = using a wheelchair. That’s one persisting cliché! Actually, only 2% of people with disabilities are wheelchair users but 80% have invisible disabilities! What we mean by “invisible...
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