AGO – IntroductionIrish Wheelchair Association, together with Sport Ireland, brought about the’Access Great Outdoors’ guidelines to ensure people with a disability in Ireland could take part in outdoor activities and recreation of their choosing. Download Now!
Cara AGO – PlaygroundsAn inclusive design approach will create more opportunities for children to develop physically, socially and emotionally regardless of ability. Design of playgrounds should consider mobility, cognitive and sensory impairments. Download Now!
Cara AGO – WaterwaysOver 1000km of waterways are maintained, developed, and promoted by Waterways Ireland. Challenges for a person with a disability may include access one of these canals or rivers and also to gaining entry onto waterway crafts. This
Cara AGO – Trails, Greenways & Public ParksWhat To Keep in Mind • Parking bays to be close to access point • Public Accessible WCs close proximity to access point • Suitable access symbol on display to ensure participants are
Cara AGO – BeachesWhat To Keep in Mind • Parking bays to be close to access point • Public Accessible WCs close proximity to access point • Level access and the avoidance of creating a lip at the start of
Cara AGO – Built EnvironmentThe following guidelines derive directly from Irish Wheelchair Association Best Practice Guidelines 3, 2014. Also outlined in this section are the Building Regulations Part M Access and Use 2010 and Part B Fire Safety 2006. Download
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Sport Inclusion Disability Officer Contact DetailsContact details for the National Network of Sport Inclusion Disability Officers in Ireland. Download Now!
Working with Someone with a Disability/ImpairmentHelpful tips and advice for working with someone with a disability or impairment. Download Now!
TREE ModelA tool to adapt and modify your activities to make them more inclusive and accessible for all ability levels. Download Now!