Tips and tools

“How lovely to think that no one need wait a moment; we can start now, start slowly changing the world.”
— Anne Frank 1929-1945

Picture of Anne Frank leaning against a blackboard, smiling.

This purpose of this section is to offer practical tips and tools to use for creating constructive change. We’ll add more soon. Meanwhile let us know if you have any ideas.

Accessible parking notices

Don’t you hate it when people park in accessible parking spaces when they don’t need to? Now, whether you need to park in them yourself or you just want to raise awareness, here’s a light-hearted way to remind people to think differently before they do it again. More »

Feedback templates

Giving feedback about bad access or service can be difficult and time-consuming. If we do get around to contacting someone about our concerns, it can be difficult to know the best way to do it. We tend to just complain about what was wrong and forget to balance that with what went smoothly. And when we just give negative feedback, the person receiving it is likely to get defensive and ignore our concerns. To save you time and to guide you through a process of giving balanced, constructive feedback, we’ve created a number of templates you can use whenever you want to. More »

More tools coming soon…

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