First issued in Directions 37
In January, a record number of people heard June Bretherton of JBC London give a talk to the Society called ‘Inclusive Design’. This is what she said...
I was trained and worked as a teacher until I lost my sight in 1984. Four years later I started my own business, originally providing rehabilitation training and advice to newly impaired people. From 1995 my work developed into providing equality awareness training through a wide variety of channels including the Arts. I was joined by several colleagues and our organisation, JBC London, can now provide a wide spectrum of support including access audits and advice on DDA compliance. We are frequently called upon by many organisations including several design companies.
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