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Accessible vs. Inclusive – What is the difference?

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If a facility is labeled accessible, what exactly does that mean?  Wikipedia defines accessible as: ‘able to be reached or entered’, which is what having an accessible building or facility means.  If I am a person who uses a wheelchair, I may be able to get into a building or center because of a ramp or a curb cut out that has been strategically placed near the entrance.  Because of ADA laws, this facility may have an elevator or an accessible bathroom – but that may be the full extent of the accessibility streak.  Just because a center is accessible, doesn’t mean that it is inclusive. A facility that is inclusive goes far beyond the basic idea of people being able to enter the center.

Posted by Elizabeth May 02, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Innovative Leadership & Inclusion- A Profile of Inclusive Management in Practice at a Fitness Center Part 2

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Inclusion is a process which is defined by individual need.

Posted by Kerry Apr 15, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments

Innovative Leadership & Inclusion – A Profile of Inclusive Management in Practice at a Fitness Center Part 1

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The concept of innovative leadership has been circulating in school-based literature and other sources.  I recently read an article by Tanya Roscorla entitled “The 7 Steps to Innovative Leadership.” Cited principles included “Embracing challenge and driving change through creativity and knowledge.” [i]

Posted by Kerry Apr 13, 2011 Posted in Uncategorized No Comments