How will you use your learning from this assignment in one of the following: your placement/work/studies/everyday life?

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Assignment Explained – Video https://youtu.be/6eJciYWMC74
Students are required to modify the existing STOP ABLEISM checklist to create a more inclusive checklist based on the Deep Accessibility reading and some additional research into other forms of access. The final paper will discuss how the use of the accessibility checklist could support ensuring that space(s) is accessible or inaccessible. What will it mean to check *(yes/no) and why. You can create the checklist categories based on the Deep Accessibility article – 5 levels of accessibility: movement, sense, architecture, communication and agency.
When we talk about accessibility, it means more than just physical accessibility. It also includes what kinds of policies the business or organization has. For example, do they have training policies on working with people who live with the label of disability i.e. do they offer staff and volunteers the AODA Customer Service Training?
When referencing outside sources including the course readings, please review to this link to ensure that you are citing resources accurately – https://researchguides.georgebrown.ca/c.php?g=490485
In the individual reflection section of the assignment, you are required to answer the questions below:
Give a summary of how your ideas of accessibility changed as a result of creating survey tool.
Identify two assumptions you held about accessibility before doing this assignment and discuss how those assumptions have changed and why?
How will you use your learning from this assignment in one of the following: your placement/work/studies/everyday life?
Include 4-5 recommendations (recommendations should relate back to the new item included on checlist) that you could suggest that would make a space be more accessible; also identify ***who would benefit from changes to the space besides the person with the disability.
DUE: November 18th, 2022
Additional resources to assist with the preparation of the checklist include:
How do Blind People find Braille Signs: https://youtu.be/fYLdlO96uaM
7 Ways to Make Your Social Justice Space Accessible to Disabled People – https://thebodyisnotanapology.com/magazine/7-ways-to-make-your-social-justice-space-accessible-to-disabled-people/
How architecture changes for the Deaf – https://youtu.be/FNGp1aviGvE

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