What are the principles of barrier-free communication? How you can plan and prepare nature tours for people with disabilities? What distinguishes different groups of visitors, how do you meet their requirements and expectations? The first part of our guideline answers these and many other questions. It is dedicated to the guided nature experience for people with disabilities and contains the most important information about the topic as well as some best practice examples from different project countries. The included checklists help with the preparation.
The second part of the guideline is called “Experience nature with all senses”. It offers ideas for the methodological implementation of nature tours and workshops in and with nature. Here, you will find proposals for the conscious use of the different senses. Programme ideas for workshops on four important topics, namely biodiversity, lake ecosystem, trees and forests, or bird watching, offer first approaches for their preparation.
The guide can be downloaded online here free of charge. The barrier-free version is under development and will soon be available under the same link. For further use, the terms of the Creative Commons Attribution CC BY-SA 4.0 International License apply (more information here).
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