Flashcards in Weeks 10 to 12 Deck (11):
T or F, an individual is only disabled if the environment doesnt accommodate their body
Give a description on the history of planning for people with disabilities.
-Disability rights 50s to 60s (deinstituionalization; Canadian Association for Community Living)
-Disability legislation 70s to 80s (UN Declaration on rights for disabled persons)
-Disability studies 90s to 2000s.
Explain the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) and the Integrated accessibility standards regulation (IASR)
-Became a law on 6/13, 2005
-develop implement, and enforce accessibility standards to achieve accessible province by 2025
-IASR demands that new/redeveloped public spaces much comply w/ accessibility requirements
Where is the Urban Braille System implemented, and what can it help identify?
identify: Directional changes; hierarchy of pathways; entrances.
What differentiates place and space?
Place has meaning, and space is spatial space with boundary
How are 5 ways for people to feel connected to a place
-relationship to location (i.e. aboriginals who worship their land spirit)
-ownership (historical, i.e. farmers for generations)
-strong social connections
-Local Unwanted Land Use (human and public service facilities; risky facilities)
Expand the acronyms:
not in my backyard
not on planet Earth
build absolutely nothing anywhere
citizens against virtually everything
What are the 5 strategies when responding LULU?
-Empowering affected parties
What are the 8 levels of the public participation ladder?
-non-participation (manipulation, therapy)
-tokenism (informing, consultation, placation)
-citizen power (partnership, delegated power, citizen control)