The pack provides step-by-step guidance on how to plan, train a team and undertake an audit, then report on and implement improvements. It offers best-practice guidance to ensure a facility is accessible, alongside simple diagrams and photographic examples.
Several audit tools are included in the pack:
The pack was initiated and developed by Andrea Pregel, Sightsavers’ programme advisor for social inclusion and disability, with contributions from Karen Smith, senior monitoring evaluation and learning advisor at Sightsavers. It was designed and produced by Sightsavers’ online and design team.
To download a digital version of the accessibility standards and audit pack, use the coloured bar below to fill in the form and submit your details to receive a download link.
For more information, or if you’d like to receive a physical version of the pack, email Andrea Pregel, [email protected].
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