Disability Unit publication: National Disability Strategy

The National Disability Strategy sets out the government’s vision to improve the everyday lives of disabled people.

The Strategy covers the following themes:

  • Rights and perceptions: Removing barriers to participating fully in public and civic life and wider society
  • Home: Creating more accessible, adapted and safer homes
  • Transport: Improving the accessibility and experience of everyday journeys
  • Jobs: Making the world of work more inclusive and accessible
  • Education: Ensuring children and young people fulfil their potential
  • Shopping: Creating more consumer choice and convenience
  • Leisure: Widening access to arts, culture, sport and the great outdoors
  • Public services: Making access as smooth and easy as possible

The Disability unit has also released a series of blogs expanding on these themes and the development of the strategy. Access the blog here.

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