Differing AbilitiesIn This Section
Being an inclusive organization includes finding ways to serve audiences of differing abilities. Many orchestras are exploring ways to provide sensory-friendly concerts, neuro-diverse programming, and performances that address physical challenges such as visual and hearing impairments.
Catherine Hyde Townsend, Senior Advisor, Disability Inclusion at the Ford Foundation, lays out five concrete actions for organizations to advance disability inclusion, equity, and justice.
The National Disability Rights Network’s guidelines for writing, reporting, and speaking respectfully to or about people with disabilities.
A practical guide for arts and entertainment organizations, designed to ensure that deaf, neurodiverse, and disabled people are not discriminated against as creative work begins again and as venues re-open.
June 4, 2020
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Ensure your digital content is accessible to people with sensory disabilities. Rooted in Rights offers guidelines and training videos to help organizations create accessible digital content and environments.
A program designed to provide a comfortable environment for children with autism spectrum disorders and other disabilities to enjoy and interact with music.
UK organization working in partnership with audiences, artists, and the music industry to improve Deaf and disabled people’s access to live music.