Join ACDAF and discuss inclusive Commuting and Green Spaces access
The Accessible Calderdale Disability Access Forum (ACDAF) is a user led group of people with pan disabilities and who live in Calderdale. It is a very diverse group with ages ranging from 20-92 years!
We represent learning disabilities, sensory impairment, physical disabilities and neurodiverse conditions. We listen to our members lived experiences and everyday challenges and bring partners and stakeholders together with our members to look at how access and inclusion can be improved.
We are very keen to work in co production and we work in collaboration with with the local authority, West Yorkshire Combined Authority (WYCA), Canal and River Trust, Northern Rail and design teams/architects.
We meet online and occasionally face to face at an accessible venue in Halifax.
We have focus groups on Transport, countryside and green spaces, tourism and health and wellbeing.
Members can be as involved as they choose but everyone has an equal voice to raise awareness of issues affecting their lives in regards to access and inclusion.
If you would like a membership form or to find out more about our friendly group please contact Lorri 07596 707795 firstname.lastname@example.org
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