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Inclusive Design Principles in Everyday Practice. What? Why? When? How?. OT and the Built Environment. Using the Environment for Doing : Reduce the demands from the environment Enhance the “users” capabilities. …How OT’s do this?. Use of Space. Positioning of Product in Space.

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Inclusive design principles in everyday practice

Inclusive Design Principles in Everyday Practice

What?

Why?

When?

How?


Ot and the built environment

OT and the Built Environment

  • Using the Environment for Doing:

    • Reduce the demands from the environment

    • Enhance the “users” capabilities


How ot s do this

…How OT’s do this?

  • Use of Space

  • Positioning of Product in Space

  • Choose Products

  • Choose the type of interface


How can inclusive design principles help regardless of ability

How can Inclusive Design Principles Help? “Regardless of Ability”

  • The OT Process

  • User focused

  • Analyse

  • Solution

  • Communication


Inclusive design principles

Inclusive Design Principles

Equitable Use

Flexibility of Use

Simple and Intuitive to Use

Perceptible Information

Tolerance for Error

Low Physical Effort

Size and Space for Approach for Use

http://design-dev.ncsu.edu/openjournal/index.php/redlab/article/viewFile/129/76


Using the toilet

Using the toilet

  • Flexibility in Use

    • Sitting

    • Standing

    • Equipment (medical)

    • Habits/Rituals

  • Solutions

    • Unobstructed space

    • Position of grab rails/storage

    • Type of toilet (cistern)

    • Style of toilet seat (padded/lid)


Inclusive design principles in everyday practice

  • What?Designing regardless of ability

  • Why?To support clinical reasoning

  • When?In everyday Practice

  • How?Applying the principles to

    • Space

    • Layout of products in space

    • Choice of products

    • Choice of interface


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