Sample Registration Form QuestionsSample questions to include on registration forms for events, programmes or initiatives Download Now!
Disability Inclusion for Programmes and EventsThings to consider when planning events / programmes to include people with disabilities Download Now!
National Fitness Day – Disability Inclusion GuidanceGuidance to make your gym/leisure facility more inclusive for people with disabilities. Download Now!
Xcessible Club ToolkitThe Xcessible Club Toolkit is a resource to help empower clubs to positively and meaningfully provide opportunities for people with disabilities to take part in sport and physical activity. Download Now!
Inclusive Design for Outdoor Recreation – PlaygroundsAn inclusive design approach will create more opportunities for children to develop physically, socially and emotionally regardless of ability. Design of playgrounds should consider mobility, cognitive and sensory impairments. Download Now!
Inclusive Design for Outdoor Recreation – WaterwaysOver 1000km of waterways are maintained, developed, and promoted by Waterways Ireland. Challenges for a person with a disability may include access one of these canals or rivers and also to gaining entry onto
Inclusive Design for Outdoor Recreation – Trails, Greenways & Public ParksWhat To Keep in Mind • Parking bays to be close to access point • Public Accessible WCs close proximity to access point • Suitable access symbol on display to
Inclusive Design for Outdoor Recreation – BeachesWhat To Keep in Mind • Parking bays to be close to access point • Public Accessible WCs close proximity to access point • Level access and the avoidance of creating a lip at
Inclusive Design for Outdoor Recreation – An IntroductionIrish Wheelchair Association, together with Sport Ireland, brought about the’Access Great Outdoors’ guidelines to ensure people with a disability in Ireland could take part in outdoor activities and recreation of their choosing. Download
Inclusive Design for Outdoor Recreation – Built EnvironmentThe following guidelines derive directly from Irish Wheelchair Association Best Practice Guidelines 3, 2014. Also outlined in this section are the Building Regulations Part M Access and Use 2010 and Part B Fire