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04.10.2018

FIND OUT THE AVAILABILITY PLUS PROGRAMME PRINCIPLES PRESENTED AT EURO-LIFT AND LOKUM EXPOS

Those interested in the new governmental program will learn about this initiative at a special expo stand held under the banner of Accessibility Island

FIND OUT THE AVAILABILITY PLUS PROGRAMME PRINCIPLES PRESENTED AT EURO-LIFT AND LOKUM EXPOS

As part of the Accessibility Plus Program, the  
V International Lifts Exhibition EURO-LIFT and 
II Property Maintenance and Services Exhibition LOKUM EXPO held in Kielce have become the presentation stage for the dedicated Accessibility Island .

  

What is the Accessibility Plus Programme?

This is a new initiative; a breakthrough in the civilization development and the quality of life of all residents of our country. Accessibility is an inherent feature of the environment (physical space, digital reality, information and communication systems, products, services) that allows people with functional (physical  
and cognitive limitations) to use it on an equal basis with all others. The program is designed to help remove infrastructural and legal barriers which now make the life difficult, both for the elderly 
and people with disabilities. The aim of the programme is to improve the life quality by boosting accessibility in public space, offering right products and services in the architectural, information and communication aspect.

 

Accessibility Island in Targi Kielce

The join expo stand held under the banner of the Accessibility Island has been created by the Ministry of Investment and Development, PEFRON, the Polish Institute of Silver Economy, the PSPD, the TUS Foundation and the exhibitors. The Accessibility Island in  Kielce exhibition and congress centre    is the place to learn about technical and legal solutions designed to boost buildings accessibility whenever used by people with disabilities.  

The Accessibility Island initiative enjoys the support of the Ministry of Investment and Development and PEFRON.

(PŚ)


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