Accessibility Awareness and Inclusion Techniques
In this workshop, participants will work with accessibility and learning advocates to address attitudinal barriers towards disability equality. Identify language and best practices within your environment that will empower your staff to activate inclusive practices and techniques and establish a framework of mutual understanding and respect for diversity and difference. This training will cover an overview of Universal Design and Universal Design Learning, disability language, and best practices for working with and being inclusive of people and learners with disabilities. Participants will gain a better overall understanding of accessibility and will leave with the tools to provide and share-out these awareness-building skills within their institution.
This learning module includes:
- 30-minute planning session with program leaders via videoconference
- 3-hour in-person, interactive workshop for staff (meets NYS SACC training requirements in area (1) principles of childhood development; certificates provided)
- 1-hour of individual or small group coaching
- Written action plan with further resources and next steps
- 30-minute follow up session with program leaders via videoconference
Audience: Staff teams at youth-serving non-profits
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*Pricing is for NYC, Long Island, and Westchester. If outside of this metro area, additional travel fees may apply.
Delivered by Changemakers from the Museum Access Consortium