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Accessibility for all

Kimberly is posing for a photo at one of SBH Scotland's groupsOctober is spina bifida and hydrocephalus awareness month, and, led by the International Federation of Spina Bifida And Hydrocephalus (IFSBH), this year's theme is 'Accessibility for All'. 

Accessibility is of paramount importance to SBH Scotland, a charity dedicated to supporting individuals whose lives are affected by disabilities. 

Ensuring accessibility in all aspects of life supports a fuller participation in society as well as offering access to vital and standard resources. Ultimately this leads to inclusion, more independent and the ability to lead a more fulfilling life. It's a fundamental aspect of SBH Scotland's commitment to enhancing the well-being and quality of life for all of our members.

One of those members, Kimberley Workman, has been getting involved at groups in our social media; helping us work towards raising awareness of the charity. When she heard about this year's 'awareness theme' she got in touch and created a very informative powerpoint presentation on the topic. 

Slide from a powerpoint presentation entitled "What does accessibility mean"Why not take a moment out of your day today to have a look at Kimberly's presentation and learn more about accessibility.

We'd like to say a big thank you to Kimberly for taking the time get further involved with SBH Scotland. If anyone else would like to follow Kimberly's lead and volunteer for us please email us.

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