Our Top Tips Series of Inclusion Guidance

  • Inclusion means feeling safe, welcome and able to take part.

    This series of A4 PDF leaflets offers ideas about being more inclusive, ensuring your venue is accessible etc.  These will be regularly added to the page to print or download so check back again soon for more top tips.

     

    TOP TEN TIPS FOR BEING MORE INCLUSIVE

    Making your setting inclusive and accessible is a learning process, involving discussion, ideas, actions feedback and reflection.

     

    DOES OUR VENUE ENABLE EVERYONE TO TAKE PART?

    Top Ten Tips for ensuring your venue is accessible for disabled people

     

    WRITING AN INCLUSION STATEMENT

    Top Tips for showing your commitment to being inclusive in a statement

     

    GATHERING INFORMATION AND PROVIDING ASSISTANCE

    Top Tips for some of the preparation you might want to do when welcoming a disabled participant

     

    Plus you can download our Support and Guidance for Inclusion of Disabled Young People in Community Groups booklet which aims to get you thinking about being inclusive in your setting.  It is intended to give local community organisations, clubs and groups some information about where they can access training, support, funding and resources to make inclusion of disabled young people happen in their settings.  It includes our popular ‘Top Ten Tips for Being More Inclusive‘.