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Episode Info: Universal design is good for people living with disabilities or even those who don’t identify as having a disability. When executed properly, universal design makes life easier for everybody. It carries both social and economic benefit. But how exactly do we adhere to and develop those inclusive design principles? Today we talk accessibility, design and innovation with Dr. Adrian Chan from Carleton. He is the chairperson of READi, the first interdisciplinary post-secondary accessibility-training program in Canada. This is the December 5, 2017 episode.Read more »

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