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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 1 Comment

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