Access Inclusion Model Digital Resource pack
Derry City and Strabane District's Council's (DCSDC) Access and Inclusion Project, supported by Public Health Agency (PHA) are working in partnership with Developing Healthy Communities (DHC) to promote, adapt and endorse an initiative to enhance service provisions and understanding of people with disabilities through the development and production of a digital resource pack that will serve as a toolkit of provisions for DCSDC businesses and Cultural Organisations.
A.I.M Resource pack is an Access Inclusion Model of practice developed and designed through working partnerships and learning that has occurred in the lifetime of DCSDC's Access and Inclusion Project. This will be strengthened by working collaboratively with Developing Healthy Communities who manage initiatives that further serve to enhance the overall product and launch of A.I.M digital Resource Pack throughout DCSDC.
"A.I.M is an Access Inclusion Model of excellent practice, specifically designed as a go to guide and toolkit supporting businesses and cultural organizations to enhance their service delivery for our pan disability community that creates opportunity and a solution focussed approach to reduce barriers to participation, economic activity, health and social wellbeing for people with disabilities."
The digital resources pack will bring together a range of information and awareness to build a shared understanding and awareness of our pan disability population in which they live, the wider local context affecting health and social wellbeing and specific aspects related to the delivery of services and businesses to support people with disabilities, whilst promoting engagement and economic activity post pandemic and generally.
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