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Tottenham Hotspur Foundation & EnabledCity. Using money more efficiently Joining up services around the individual Helping people manage their health better, improving the quality of their lives Reducing DNA's / hospital admissions. Inclusive design. Inclusive design. Exclusive design.

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Tottenham Hotspur Foundation & EnabledCity

  • Using money more efficiently

  • Joining up services around the individual

  • Helping people manage their health better, improving the quality of their lives

  • Reducing DNA's / hospital admissions


Inclusive design

Inclusive design

Exclusive design

Margaret Hickish, Paralympic Advisor London 2012 Team

“Inclusive Design (Universal Design) is “the design of buildings, products and/or services that are accessible to, and usable by, as many people as reasonably possible without the need for special adaptation. For a design to be inclusive it must respect the needs of people with mobility, visual and hearing impairments, learning difficulties, and people from different cultural and religious backgrounds”


Easy read - desktop publishing


Word-Bank - automated jargon buster

  • BBC innovation lab awarded

  • Independently proven by the Disability Rights Commission to aid website comprehension by %100

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=FPDj2YJAyPA


Word-Bank - automated jargon buster

  • BBC innovation lab awarded

  • Independently proven by the Disability Rights Commission to aid website comprehension by %100

    Example site: http://www.cnwl.nhs.uk/services/learning-disability-services/?onOff=ON


Website view – easy navigation

Developed via travel training concepts used by people with learning disabilities

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5Dk5GyRUo8o


Print view removes technology barriers

Live example (clicking on a map pin..) http://photoroute.com/print/map/diana-princess-of-wales-memorial-walk


Embeddable view for client websites

Live example http://www.london.gov.uk/city-hall/location-map/westminster-bridge-to-tower-bridge


Embeddable client pages

Grouping maps together and easily share across websites

This is a really good idea: an app from Enabled City for "accessible, editable route maps" in London, aimed at people with physical and learning disabilities, as well as people speaking English as a second language. That means step-free routes for people using wheelchairs, and photos taken along each route to aid navigation.


How PhotoRoute is being used locally


SPORTS M.A.T.E

July 2012 – Feb 2014

Mentoring/Access/Training/Equality


PAN LONDON PILOT PROJECT

July 2012 – Feb 2014

Future Improvements

Key Successes

  • We have supported 230 individuals up to Feb 2014.

  • 202 males and 28 females received support through the project.

  • 57 unique opportunities (Clubs and Leisure opportunities) have been accessed by the young disabled people.

  • 19 different sports have been engaged by the delivery agencies as pathways for the young disabled people.

  • A greater number of organisations need to be trained to deliver the project

  • A higher percentage of girls should be a key target

  • Further consultation is required with disability charities and disabled people organisations

  • A higher level of engagement is required with National Governing Bodies of Sport

  • The SM Project requires a more strategic marketing approach.


SPORTS M.A.T.E.

July 2012 – Feb 2014

Tottenham Hotspur

Foundation

Barnet

Haringey

Enfield

Waltham Forest

Islington

Brentford Community

Sports Trust

Wandsworth

Ealing

Hounslow

Hammersmith & Fulham

Richmond upon Thames

Assess Sport

Waltham Forest

Hackney

Tower Hamlets

Lewisham

Newham

Islington

Chelsea FC

Wandsworth

Kingston upon Thames

Sutton


Thank you

Word-Bank & PhotoRoute.com by Enabled CitySports M.A.T.E by Tottenham Hotspur Foundation

Gareth Jones

www.tottenhamhotspur.com/foundation/

[email protected] 8365 5138

Alick Mackenzie

Enabled City, 35 Kingsland Road, London E2 8AAwww.enabledcity.comwww.word-bank.comwww.photoroute.com/contact-us

07799030979 @enabledcity


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