We launched a campaign entitled ‘WHY?’ on Facebook and on our website.
People are helpful and they are curious. They are happy to support us, as long as they know how they can help and understand why certain things need to be in a particular way.
Information can be provided easily and in several forms in today’s world.
In our new campaign we will explain some basic facts concerning the lives of people living with disabilities, because these fact are very often not obvious to the general public.
Topics will include e.g.: Why are disabled parking spaces wider than normal ones? Why and what are guide bars for blind and why do we need them? Why is a hotel room barrier free?
If you would like to help us with ideas to include in the campaign we would love to hear from you. Comment here or e-mail us at email@example.com!
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