Accessibility is a hot topic nowadays. But what does it mean in concrete terms? And why is accessibility so important? Basically, its goal is the greatest possible participation in social life (and that doesn’t just apply to people with disabilities). Many disabilities are often obvious to the naked eye while others are invisible. Making people aware of this fact is the idea behind the ACCESSIBILITY TRAIL. The walk-in experience requires the use of visitors’ senses, physical skills, mental courage, patience, and much more. Because change begins with awareness raising. And it is most effective when it happens through personal experience.
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