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MODULE 3 ARABIC-HI Accessibility Training

Training on how to ASSESS physical accessibility in the built environment_By Handicap International [This module is part of a more comprehensive set of trainings on physical accessibility, for further details please contact etrabucco@hi-me.org]
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on 29 November 2015

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Transcript of MODULE 3 ARABIC-HI Accessibility Training

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INABILILTY:Difficulties in holding or grasping objects
BARRIER:
depends on the ground, equipment, street furniture, width of thoroughfare, etc.
IMPAIRMENT: Need of guidance system
BARRIER:
IMPAIRMENT: vulnerability during emergencies
BARRIER:
IMPAIRMENT: no vision
BARRIER:
IMPAIRMENT: low vision
BARRIER:
inadequate warning of hanging obstacles, glazed partitions not identified, isolated unexpected steps
audio signals not backed up by visual/written signals; no subtitles, no sign language available
IMPAIRMENT: sensitivity to acoustic discomfort
BARRIER:
no sign language translations, no training in sign language, no appropriate graphic information provided.
INABILITY: difficulty
to follow and retain information
BARRIER:
no visual warnings, no smoke detectors with flashing lights, inappropriate emergency lighting
IMPAIRMENT: need of support with regard to comprehension and decision-making
BARRIER:
IMPAIRMENT: Limited capacity to cope with unexpected events
BARRIER:
IMPAIRMENT: sensitivity to environmental conditions
BARRIERS:

[Not all the people with mental impairments can read!]

ENVIRONMENT
have
flexible time
to start work if a staff member with a disability has difficulty using transport
have a
disability focal point
in an organization who has responsibility to support staff with disabilities to ensure their participation and inclusion.
provide software so a person who is blind is able to use the computer
allow a child who finds it difficult to write
more time in an exam
to write their answers
BREAK

retrofit an existing building
with
minor

changes
that will provide
major

benefits
for people with disabilities [handrails, bigger toilets, tactile signage]
* ONTARIO EDUCATION SERVICES CORPORATION
http://www.oesc-cseo.org/english/pdf/AODA_BuiltEnvironmentCostingStudy1-PublicReviewRelease.pdf
* Guide pratique de la signalétique et des pictogramme, UNAPEI [UNION NATIONALE DES ASSOCIATIONS DE PARENTS,DE PERSONNES HANDICAPÉES MENTALES ET DE LEURS AMIS]
in several floors building ensure that
spaces open to public [or single/centralized contact points] are located in the ground floor
outreach services to PWDs’ homes
instead of delivering center based services only
EXTERNAL LATRINE ACCESS
Dura, West Bank
GAZA BEACH
Gaza strip
ACCESS ROAD TO PRIVATE HOUSE
Qalquilya, West Bank
STEPS IN ALLEY
Jabalya, Gaza Strip

PRIVATE PATH TO EXTERNAL LATRINE
Nablus, West Bank
STEPS BEFORE A LATRINE
Dura, West Bank

EXTERNAL THRESHOLD IN CLINIC'S ENTRANCE GATE
Gaza City
EXTERNAL LATRINE ACCESS
Khan Younis, Gaza Strip
PRIVATE TOILET
Gaza city
INACCESSIBLE SQUAT TOILET
Gaza City*

*Squat toilets are particularly umcomfortable for people with physical impairments, but they can be equipped with seats so to be easily used by everyone
Steps before an elevator neutralize it's potential in helping people with disabilities' movements.
65cm TOILET DOOR
Tamun, West Bank
SLIPPERY EXTERNAL PATH
Hebron, West Bank

INACCESSIBLE RAMP TO HEALTH CENTER
Hebron, West Bank
SIDEWALK
Ramallah, West Bank
inappropriate or poorly placed control and handling systems (door knobs, window catches, switches, taps, letter box openings etc.)
INABILITY: Need for technical aids (wheelchairs, walking frames, crutches, etc.):
BARRIER:
no colour contrast, no raised guidance system on the ground or in interior and exterior vertical and horizontal thoroughfares (staircases and lifts; corridors etc.);
inappropriate emergency signage localization, no association between text and image in emergency signage;

hazards like obstacles hanging on the walls or from the ceiling, hidden or unexpected furniture and equipment, lack of tactile pavings
natural light not enough (dirty windows), artificial light is too direct (blinding), not enough lighting points, no light management systems [blinds, curtains, etc.]);
IMPAIRMENT: vulnerability to dangers
BARRIER:
IMPAIRMENT: no hearing ability
BARRIER:
crowded noisy places, high volume music/sounds in communal areas, echoing spaces (training halls, terminals)
IMPAIRMENT: need of special information supports
BARRIER:
INABILITY: vulnerability in emergency situations
BARRIER:
no written documents provided during a training, no meeting minutes, no clear meeting agenda, people speaking at the same time
inappropriate documentation and signage, no images, no colours, and no text/image association;
an automatic door, often essential for people with a physical impairment, can cause problems for some people with an intellectual or mental impairment

natural lighting not favored, excessively
coloured/decorated spaces, small/narrow corridors, crowded areas

IMPAIRMENT: Need of simplified messages
BARRIER:


inappropriate signage (written/graphic/visual), confusing/contradictory wayfinding systems etc.

TOOLS
2 Flipcharts, coloured stick papers
GROUP DISCUSSION
Impairments VS Barriers
List on the flip charts examples of BARRIERS for every different kind of IMPAIRMENT [physical, visual, hearing/speaking, mental/intellectual]



Can you think about some examples of reasonable accommodation?
GROUP DISCUSSION:
PRE TEST QUESTION-Check
PRE TEST QUESTION-Check
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