Accessibility Focused Facilitation

Our facilitation philosophy is that the human centered design process should be accessible to people of all kinds of bodies, mobilities, cognitive differences, neurodiversities, cultural backgrounds, education levels, and identities. We draw expertise from our team’s personal experiences with disability, deep research into accessibility and cultural competency, and use of globally tested facilitation tools such as Liberating Structures.

These case studies showcase some of the wildly varying contexts in which our team has offered accessibility focused, trauma informed, and culturally competent facilitation. The below examples including offering accessible facilitation to stroke survivors in Baltimore, unhoused people in North Carolina, and rural women and school girls in Rwanda: