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I started Ainslee Hooper Consulting because I am passionate about ensuring the world is accessible and inclusive for people with disabilities.
Between the traditional concepts of accessibility are gaps where invisible barriers are situated. It is these invisible barriers that prevent people with disabilities from having holistically accessible & inclusive experiences and lives.
As an anthropologist with a lived experience of disability, I have the ability to help you see the world through the eyes of your consumers so you can ensure your business or organisation is providing the best services and experiences for people with a disability.
Disability Awards 2020: Employment Award
I offer bespoke services and tailored solutions to suit your needs. As my client, you will receive a report based on qualitative research with unique insights and recommendations to address holistic accessibility gaps in your business or organisation. This will ensure your business or organisation contributes to a holistically accessible world.
A tailored review service to determine success of strategies to address issues in the disability space.
I am available to write on my lived experience of disability tailored to your needs.
Disability & Inclusion
Although disability is a diversity group, it is one that is lacking from most Diversity & Inclusion (D&I) plans.
I am available for a range of public speaking opportunities including keynotes, forums and education.
I provide audit services based on the principles of good governance to ensure your disability-related board or committee is functioning as it should be.
My services are aimed at helping your business guarantee its success in whatever you are working on in the disability space.
The Ainslee Hooper Commentary
Today is officially 3 years since I left the office of what was a 20-year career in the public service, and was to be the beginning of what is now Ainslee Hooper Consulting. Although when I left the office, I didn't know I'd be where I am today, I just knew that...
I've said it many times before, and I'll say it again. Ableism is insidious. As I've written about before, ableism can be found in many places and spaces, overtly and covertly. It is so insidious that it happens right in front of us, and we don't even notice...
This week is #SocialInclusionWeek2020 - a week raising awareness of an issue that is of great importance to me. As such, my weekly round-up of 10 things to know about disability is dedicated to social inclusion. People with disabilities face social exclusion on a...
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