Volume 34 | Issue 3 | May/June 2008 | “Beyond Access: Universal Design to Promote Full Inclusion"
This issue of TASH Connections will look at how the concepts of Universal Design have positively influenced the ability for all people, including those with intellectual disabilities, to access physical environments, education, postsecondary education and employment. It will examine how effectively UD fits with the mission of TASH “to eliminate physical and social obstacles that prevent equity, diversity and quality of life for children and adults with disabilities.”
- NC State University: The Center for Universal Design, The Principles of Universal Design.
- Anne Smith, Elizabeth Kozleski, Kathleen King, Framework for Organizing K-12 Environments: Universal Designs for Learning, Differentiated Instruction, and Multiple Intelligences.
- Ricki Sabia, Universal Design for Learning and Meaningful Access to the Curriculum.
- Kirsten Behling, Getting In and Staying In: Postsecondary Education for Students with Intellectual Disabilities.
- Janice Fialka, Detours, Not Dead Ends- Micah's Dream to Live in a Dorm.
- Sheila Fesko and Elena Varney, Changing Demographics: How the Aging Workforce can Advance Universal Design Solutions in Employment.
- Tricia Mason, A Universal World: Designing for Everyone.