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Examples in practice

Ms Jones, who is blind, works in banking. She said new app-based technology was helping to make workplaces more accessible for people who are blind or have low vision.

The 27-year-old, who lives with a form of cerebral palsy and is a wheelchair user, has written to his local council to highlight the access challenges he faces when attending his nearby community centre.

The 32-year-old from Glenelg, who is short-statured, is chair of the business chamber. He said many people incorrectly assume people with dwarfism are less capable than others.

A wheelchair user since a diving accident as a teenager, Jody Smythe enjoys her role as a football coach.

Jennifer Brown, who lives with intellectual disability, plays in the Inclusive Basketball League.

The St Mary’s resident said she enjoyed connecting with other people in the disability community.

The couple are part of a group of people with lived experience of disability from Stirling.

He said people living with disability want the same employment and training opportunities as people without disability.

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