London Borough of Croydon

The council is pleased to introduce Achieving Access for All, Croydon's first guide to making information and services accessible to disabled people. It brings together in one place a range of practical information that will help to make services accessible for disabled people.

We are committed to making Croydon into a place noted for its safety, openness, and community spirit where all people are welcome to live and work. We want everyone to recognise and respect each other's differences as well as be united by shared values around freedom, opportunity, fairness and responsibility.

We all have a role to play in helping to make Croydon a place of opportunity and belonging. This means everyone is given the best opportunities throughout their lives to make the most of their abilities and fulfil their potential.

In Croydon disabled people play a vital role in helping influence and shape the services available in the borough. This series of guidance documents are intended to be used by anyone in a range of situations to ensure together we achieve access for all.

This document is dedicated in memory of Jeanette Wallace, Chair of Croydon Disability Forum (2003 - 2010) and Disabled Peoples' Champion - Croydon Council.

Jeanette sadly died on 17 February 2010. She was a key partner with the Local Strategic Partnership, and was an active member of a number of partnership boards, consultation committees and groups in the borough, over a 10 year period. She also co-authored the original council version of Achieving Access for All, over a four year period, and contributed to this 2010 refreshed document.

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