Changing lines and impacts of inclusion and exclusion

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The lines and impacts of inclusion and exclusion have shifted dramatically. We have developed a simple inclusive design approach for a very rapidly unfolding period of change. This is to help businesses reduce risks to consumers and staff, including those with disabilities or other specific risks through this period, as well as looking to create additional value where opportunities exist.

It can still be awkward. That’s OK

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There can be moments in anyone’s day that just feel a bit awkward. You stand back for someone to go through a door, they do the same, then you both try and go through at the same time. Oops. Laughing, you both stand back again. In dealing with disabled people it can sometimes be awkward too.