Access to Health
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Design 4 Mobility

Developing solutions to address patient challenges

in accessing primary and preventative care.

The failure to ensure that optimal, individual-level health is achievable for all can cause a community to experience an absence of health equity.  Among people with disability, access to transportation is a major barrier to maintaining medical appointment and participating in health promoting behaviors.

People with disability are at a greater risk of experiencing health disparities than any other demographic group in the country.  The over 50 million Americans living with a disability deserve a solution and a human-centered design thinking approach will begin to formulate one.

What we did?

Human-Centered Design Thinking

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Transportation is key to everything.

What is a Charrette you say?

A charrette (pronounced [shuh-ret]), is an intense period of design or planning activity.  Charrettes serve as a way of quickly generating a design solution while integrating the skills and interests of a diverse group of people.

A glimpse of the work we’ve done to
improve access to health and transportation.

Rapid Health Impact Assessment

Rapid Health Impact Assessment

Design4Disability Stakeholders Charrette

Design4Disability Stakeholders Charrette

Design4Disability Partner Charrette

Design4Disability Partner Charrette

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