Category Archives: Accessible Pools

Inclusive Education will lead to an inclusive world

If we are taught from a very young age to understand that disability is not a disease and that it can occur to anyone, then schools, communities and workplaces would become much more inclusive, which can help alter the realities … Continue reading

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Join us at Destinations for All 2014, Montreal 19-22 Oct 2014

You are coordially invited for the 1st ever World Summit Destinations for All. The issue of accessible tourism has never been more relevant: 15% of the world’s population faces some degree of limited physical mobility, and with a greater aging … Continue reading

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Accessible Beach Wheelchairs in Sao Paulo

Dear colleagues, Here is some enchanting news from Sao Paulo to expand accessibility to beaches for persons with disabilities. These wheelchairs do not sink into the sand and float in the sea, thus provide a safe and convenient option to wheelchair … Continue reading

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Swimming Pool wins Barrier Free Design Award 2011

City wins accessibility award  Source: Design winner. Malton Community Centre Pool has won the 2011 Barrier-Free Design Award of Merit from the March of Dimes. File photo The recently renovated Malton Community Centre Pool has earned the City of Mississauga an … Continue reading

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