We rethink accessibility

To create acceptance and inclusion for all individuals with unique abilities.

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rethinking accessiblity
to create acceptance and inclusion

650 million people

live with a disability

Of these, only 20% have a visible disability

Thats nearly 1 in 5 people worldwide

Or twice the population of the United States

The majority have invisible disabilities like

Autism

They look like you
but perceive the world in a different way

Because of this, accessibility to the community can be challenging

As such, a lot of these individuals live a life of isolation not by choice but by circumstance

Accessibility changes this.

Accessibility creates a new culture with stronger communities, acceptance, inclusion and hope of a brighter future.

Accessibility changes lives

How does KultureCity create accessibility?

Personal

We look for technology that helps improve communication.

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Personal

We look for technology that helps improve communication. We provide tablets and invest in real world applications and solutions. This helps reconnect the individual to the community.

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Family

We help families feel comfortable in reconnecting with the community

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Family

We provide security in the form of lifeBOKS, our life saving anti wandering kit that prevents wandering related accidents. This allows families to feel confident and secure when out in the community.

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Community

We create sensory inclusive spaces that provide universal accessibility.

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Community

We create sensory inclusive spaces that provide universal accessibility. This allows individuals to experience all the amenities that our cities have to offer.

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What we do to help

We aim to help with a variety of programs

Toys AUcross America

Toys AUcross America is our program where we send toys to children with autism across the United States

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lifeBOKS

A free kit provided to autistic children to prevent wandering and wandering related accidents.

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tablet:KULTURE

For children on the autism spectrum, communication is always a challenge, especially for those who are non-verbal.

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Sensory Initiative

This allows individuals with sensory processing needs to experience all community amenities without fear of overload.

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