The indoor environments tool is a manageable option for starting meaningful discussions about the accessibility of environments we use on a regular basis.
These resources are to help you build community connections and are designed to be used by groups and organisations.
The titles on the cards below tell you which category of resources you will see by clicking on that card. The numbers in the bottom right corner of the cards show how many resources are in that category.
To view all the Community resources, click on the first card.
The outdoor environments tool is a manageable option for starting meaningful discussions about the accessibility of outdoor environments we use on a regular basis.
The Place Standard has been developed by the Scottish Government and is a tool to evaluate the quality of a place. It can evaluate places that are well-established, undergoing change, or still being planned.
Our Connected Neighbourhoods' Audit Journey Sketch and Scribble document and City Walking Audit Recording Sheet for undertaking place audits are available to download.
This report and the project that underpins it was funded by Stirling Council as part of the implementation phase of the Dementia Friendly Stirling Action Plan (2018-2021).
OCN has developed an A4 document simulation to quickly test print color contrast compliance with the Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) as set forth by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).