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Delphine Leveneur, Senior Disability Consultant at Business Disability Forum will be speaking at this event hosted by the Sign Design Society.

An invisible disability is a physical, mental, or neurological condition that limits a person’s movements, senses, or activities and is invisible to the onlooker. The very fact that these symptoms are invisible can easily lead to misunderstandings, false perceptions and judgements.

How can we be sure that the wayfinding systems and environmental graphics that we produce are not – inadvertently – unsuited to people with certain invisible disabilities, which by their very nature, can be easy for other people to overlook? Part of the challenge is that the term covers such a wide range of conditions from, for instance, dyslexia which may make certain configurations of letterforms more difficult to process, to Crohn’s disease which may limit the strength and mobility of a person.

Delphine will be joining a panel and will share practices from Business Disability Forum Partners & Members.

This event will take place on Wednesday 24 April 2019 at The Gallery, Alan Baxter & Associates, 75 Cowcross Street, London, EC1M 6EJ at 6pm.

If you would like to register a place, more information can be found on the Sign Design April events webpage. 

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The Gallery, Alan Baxter & Associates, 75 Cowcross Street

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