Can I help your business or organisation to improve so that you really are 'inclusive'?
Inclusion is not just ramps or wheelchairs [although they are important] and I want you to meet the 'needs of all users', which means hidden disabilities too. I have worked with many local organisations that have made changes in the last few years and where Part M Building Regulations have been important for general design - do you have separate baby changing facilities in addition to an accessible toilet?
Inclusion can be a chair for a customer to save them standing, fitting a hearing loop at your reception or in a meeting room, providing a lower area on your reception desk, providing a public telephone with larger buttons, have a large print menu available.
Ensure all your documentation is easy to read; leaflets and advertising and have a web site that does not leap about too much or have too many colours, see BS8878 for Web Accessibility!
Do you know about Access to Work which may help if you have employees with disabilities. I can help you with all of the above and more.
'My' Accessible Stratford upon Avon: general information about the town of Stratford upon Avon and can be downloaded or printed for your convenience here.
Town map: thanks to Stratford District Council for providing this which identifies blue badge parking spaces and public accessible toilets and can be downloaded or printed for your convenience here.
Parking: is free in council car parks without a time limit, but a pass is required for Bridgeway car park. On-street parking is free but blue badge spaces display a time limit. Park & Ride is located at Bishopton. Other car parks will charge. https://www.stratford.gov.uk/transport/parking.cfm
Shopmobility is at Bridgeway car park where for a donation you can borrow a wheelchair or mobility scooter and if you come on holiday hire one for your stay for a small charge. 01789 414534.
This website has been supported by Stratforward Warwickshire County Council and Setsquare Creative Solutions Ltd.