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In Vladivostok appeared "Affordable Environment"
The implementation of the Accessible Environment program, which will make the city comfortable for people with disabilities, has begun in Vladivostok. Within the framework of the project, it is planned to equip sidewalks with railing, install ramps and handrails, and decorate stairs with tactile tiles.
According to the mayor of Vladivostok, Igor Pushkarev, “the changes should make the city comfortable not only for people with disabilities, but also for moms with wheelchairs, for retirees.” He noted that the program will be implemented not only with city money, but also with the funds of enterprises.
The Accessible Environment program is divided into two subprograms. The first is to ensure accessibility, and the second is to do everything possible to erase the border between people with disabilities and everyone else. As part of the implementation of the last subprogramme, many cultural and sporting events will be held in the city, including sports and athletics events for children and adults with disabilities, short-term stay groups for disabled children will be created so that parents can keep the child under supervision, and something to do In such groups, children will communicate with each other, get used to live in a team.