Universal Design (encompassing inclusive and barrier free design) is considered “good design” and refers to a broad-spectrum of ideas that yield improved environments for living, learning and interacting that are inherently accessible to all regardless of age, ability or status.
- Understand the inter-relationships between the physical, learning, and social environments that impact the practice of Universal Design
- Explore current trends, services, practices, and resources within Universal Design
- Develop tools and strategies to apply to your current and future personal and professional environments
- Examine the provincial, national, and international legislation impacting and influencing the Universal Design realm