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A look at barrier-free design

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The authors give an excellent definition of barrier-free design, arguing that essentially it is a way of thinking and then acting in accordance. It is an approach to design which recognises that a range of people make up society and so it strives to make the built environment usable by all persons. They then go on to outline the Canadian specific work around such design. Keyword: Access

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Author
Sherlock-Glynn, Maureen Millar, Brenda
Source
Abilities, Winter
Publisher
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Publication Date
1 January 1994
Category
Professionals
Keywords
Access
Origin
Canada

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