Doubet, K., & Hockett, J. (2017, April 27). High-Impact Strategies to Provide Access to All Students.

In architecture, universal design refers to “an orientation to design based on the following premises: Disability is not a special condition of a few; It is ordinary and affects most of us for some part of our lives; and if a design works well for people with disabilities, it works better for everyone” (from Adaptive Environments, cited by The Center for an Accessible Society).

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