Accessibility is a comprehensive approach that allows all people to live in their homes and conveniently participate in work life, hobbies, culture, and education. It means access to services, usability of equipment, comprehensibility of information, and the opportunity for participation in adoption of decisions affecting the person’s life. Accessibility is equality; it is part of sustainable development.
Accessibility is not merely about mobility-related issues. It also encompasses issues related to vision, hearing, and (electronic) communication, for example. Accessibility means security and quality. It relates to a certain way of thinking, correct attitudes, and consideration of differences. An accessible environment does not sort people based on their physical functionality.