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!
Wheelchair, crutches, bad balance, but also heavy luggage, strollers, young children … 30 to 40% of public transport users are in a situation of reduced mobility.
Disabled People in the World: Facts and Figures There are currently more than 1 billion disabled people in the world. According to the World...
Intellectual Disability, a Little Known and Multidimensional DisabilityIntellectual disability, sometimes called mental retardation, affects 1 to 3% of the global population, which represents approximately 6.5 million people in the United States. Who are they? What...
Subway Accessibility: London Goes Above and Beyond for its Users with DisabilitiesHaving an accessible subway means taking into consideration the difficulties met by several categories of users like the ones with disabilities. We'd previously seen what New York City...
How to Guarantee a Seamless Mobility Chain to Users with Disabilities?Whether you are a subway network operator, an architect, a roadway manager or a museum director, guaranteeing a seamless mobility chain to your users isn’t the conundrum you’d expect. Having an...
Disability Pride Month: What Is It and Why Is It Important?July celebrates Disability Pride Month! A month to support and raise awareness on disability. It gives people with disabilities an opportunity to be seen and heard. Obviously, everybody has their own...
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