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Inclusive Horizons: Navigating Disability Rights in a Changing World

This comprehensive masterclass provides health and social care professionals with a deep dive into universal design principles and practical strategies, equipping them with the knowledge and tools to create accessible and inclusive environments within healthcare settings. Participants will gain valuable insights and skills to ensure equal access and quality care for diverse individuals, enhancing their ability to navigate the complex landscape of health and social care with inclusivity at the forefront. In the ever-evolving landscape of health and social care, the imperative of disability inclusion has never been more crucial. Our 1-day masterclass on Disability Inclusion is meticulously crafted to empower professionals in the health and social care sector. This transformative experience goes beyond compliance, offering participants a deep dive into the integration of national policies and guidance with practical strategies. Throughout the day, we will explore key themes such as navigating disability rights within healthcare, implementing inclusive policies in care settings, ensuring accessible environments, and fostering a culture of empathy and understanding. This masterclass is a blueprint for creating healthcare environments where every individual, regardless of ability, receives the care and support they deserve.

Who should attend

The is designed for professionals within the health and social care sector. Attendees may include healthcare practitioners, social workers, facility managers, administrators, and policymakers. The content is crafted to benefit those seeking to enhance their understanding of universal design principles and practical strategies to create inclusive spaces within healthcare and social care settings. This masterclass aims to empower participants with actionable insights to implement positive changes that foster accessibility, inclusivity, and equal opportunities for all individuals accessing health and social care services.

Key Learning Objectives

  • Understand the foundational principles of universal design and its application in healthcare settings.

  • Identify practical considerations for creating accessible physical and digital healthcare environments.

  • Explore case studies highlighting successful implementations of inclusive design in health and social care.

  • Gain insights into the legal and ethical aspects of disability inclusion in healthcare.

  • Acquire tools and strategies for effective communication and collaboration with individuals of diverse abilities.

  • Enhance awareness of national policies and guidelines shaping disability inclusion in health and social care.

  • Develop skills to assess and address barriers to accessibility within healthcare facilities.

  • Foster a culture of inclusivity through the integration of best practices in healthcare service delivery.

  • Learn about assistive technologies and their role in promoting independence and accessibility.

  • Network with peers and engage in discussions to share experiences and innovative approaches to disability inclusion in the health and social care sector.


Chandos Green MA, a dedicated advocate for disability and mental health, underwent a profound transformation following his diagnosis of a brain tumour and mental health challenges. Drawing inspiration from his personal journey, he collaborates with diverse organizations to drive meaningful change within the landscape of disability rights in the United Kingdom.

While pursuing studies in Social Work, Chandos co-founded a Community Interest Company (CIC) to conduct empowering workshops for young people. Post-graduation and amidst a global pandemic, this initiative temporarily took a back seat to allow Chandos to prioritize his health.

Undeterred, Chandos recently earned a Master’s degree in Human Rights and Global Ethics from the University of Leicester. Bolstered by this academic achievement and his steadfast commitment to advocacy, he successfully relaunched the CIC in collaboration with a fellow mental health advocate.

Beyond his work with the CIC, Chandos actively engages as a disability advocate, delivering guest lectures at various universities, schools, and organizations. His focus centers on promoting the Social Model of Disability and offering practical insights on integrating this model into everyday practices. Chandos strives to create a more inclusive and understanding society by championing the rights and well-being of disabled people

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