Stakeholder’s Walkability/Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) Tool Development for People with Sensory and Cognitive Disabilities

Two people standing on the sidewalk using the SWAN data collection tool.
Brief description

The Stakeholders Walkability / Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) tool is a neighbourhood-built environment audit tool which facilitates participant-led evaluations of selected street segments which influence mobility: https://inclusivemap.ca/swan-project/

Primary contact
Primary need
People with disabilities need to be able to move around the built and natural environment easily.
Description

The Stakeholders Walkability / Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) tool is a neighbourhood-built environment audit tool which facilitates participant-led evaluations of selected street segments which influence mobility. The concentration of this project is to modify the SWAN tool to account for neighbourhood features which impact the mobility and participation of individuals living with sensory or cognitive disability.

Link to SWAN site

Link to SFU SWAN site

Organizations
Persons associated with project
Resources and Tools

SWAN Executive Summary

Brief description

The Stakeholders Walkability / Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) tool is a neighbourhood-built environment audit tool which facilitates participant-led evaluations of selected street segments which influence mobility: https://inclusivemap.ca/swan-project/

Primary contact
Primary need
People with disabilities need to be able to move around the built and natural environment easily.
Description

The Stakeholders Walkability / Wheelability Audit in Neighbourhoods (SWAN) tool is a neighbourhood-built environment audit tool which facilitates participant-led evaluations of selected street segments which influence mobility. The concentration of this project is to modify the SWAN tool to account for neighbourhood features which impact the mobility and participation of individuals living with sensory or cognitive disability.

Link to SWAN site

Link to SFU SWAN site

Organizations
Persons associated with project
Resources and Tools

SWAN Executive Summary