It’s been a while since we told you about the project’s development! During the last months, the consortium of ONAT4All has been doing a tough job developing the Self-Assessment Tool and the draft version of the Guidebook.
We launched our SAT!
Last time we told you that we were developing this great tool. We finally managed to launch it a couple of months ago. Many companies and businesses have been able to check an estimation of the level of accessibility of their products.
By answering a brief survey, outdoor tourism businesses get an overall score, feedback and suggestions on how to improve accessibility in each area. This tool is the first step in their path to universal accessibility.
We are developing the guidebook
Recently, we’ve organised Living Labs in France, Italy, Spain, and Ireland with the aim of bringing together a wide range of stakeholders – tourism professionals, public and private tourism management and promotion bodies, associations active in the field of inclusion and people with disabilities – to discuss the following question: How to facilitate the participation of people with disabilities in outdoor and adventure tourism activities?
The aim of these discussions is to reflect together on how to promote the autonomy of people with disabilities in their participation in outdoor and adventure tourism activities. The objective is to valorise the input from the discussions to co-create a simple, practical Guidebook!
This Guidebook is a document aimed at improving the personal autonomy of PWDs in nature and adventure tourism and outdoor activities. It’s addressed to public and private organisations in the tourism value chain that are willing to enhance the accessibility of their businesses and the products they offer. As we said, the SAT it’s only the first step in the path to Universal Accessibility!
Stany tuned to our social media because the guide will be launched soon!