A green and pink wavy glitter border with the spaces of joy logo in the top left corner: “spaces of joy” curved around a star in white with a black shadow.
The title “Access Clash - session 5 - Flo O’Mahoney” is written at the top left of the page in large white script and highlighted in black.
Below “Flo O’Mahoney” is written in large white script and underlined with “she/they” underneath and all is highlighted in bright purple.
To the right is an illustration of Flo, who has long dark hair, and is wearing a dark top, round glasses and hoop earrings. The illustration is circled with a bright green line.
To the left “Artistic director of Zoo Co” is written in black block capitals with “Croydon Borough of Culture” written underneath in green.
Below is a large pink speech bubble with “access clash” written in large white block capitals with black shadows.
Below, written in bright pink block capitals is the quote “what happens when 2 or more deaf, disabled or neurodiverse people are together on a project - different needs”.
Below, in black script, is written “collaborative working will more often than not experience access clash”, which is circled by a green dashed line.
Below is an illustration of 5 people in purple long sleeved tops and white trousers, with words written in white and highlighted in purple connected to each by purple dotted lines.
A person in a wheelchair with the word “physical” above
To the right is a person in an electric powered wheelchair with the word “environment” the right of them
To the right is a person wearing ear defenders / headphones with the word “sensory” below them
To the right is a person clasping their hands in front of them and stress lines around their head with the words “rest / scheduling” below and to the right.
To the right is a person on a large white beanbag with the words “information / communication” above.
Below the illustration is written “supporting one person - unintentionally creating barriers for others””different dynamics / paces of working” “formats of working - eg voice notes vs email vs calls”, in black script and underlined with a light purple line.
To the right, at the top of the page is written “perfect show for Rachel” in large black script and underlined in purple. Below is an illustration of Rachel in a grey throne, wearing all pink and a crown, lifting their left hand in the air.
To the right of Rachel is a large panel of pink, purple, green and grey buttons, with “Button board for Rachel to press as a director - to dictate what happens in the show” written underneath in black.
To the right of the button board is written in bright pink is:
Below in bright purple are the bullet points:
“Sofas for everyone
“People Rachel knows”
“Verbal + non verbal directing”
Underlined with a wavy purple line.
To the right, at the top of the page “example of clash” is written in light pink and underlined with 5 pink lines. Below, in black, is “microphones” with an illustration of a microphone beneath. To the left of the microphone is a pink outlined circle with “make Rachel uncomfortable” written inside in pink. To the right of the microphone is a pink outlined circle with “deaf performers might struggle to hear directions” written inside in pink.
To the right are two wavy pink lines with the words “sound” “language” “scheduling” “content” “lighting” “carers” “timings” written in between them in black, with pink dots between each word.
Below is an illustration of seven people in long sleeved green tops with their hands in the air, holding up the words “facilitators to support” and to the right is written “Rachel’s vision” in large black font and with green lines around it.
Below is an illustration of a chain, with “chain of access” written in the middle, underlined in black and purple. Above the chain, in small purple font is written “eg carer with access needs”.
To the right is a light purple dashed circle, with “there is no ‘one size fits all’ with access” written in black at the top. Two light purple arrows point down, one to the left to the word “planning” written in white block capitals and highlighted in purple, with “foresight, research, organisation” written beneath in purple. The other to the right to the word “resources” written in white block capitals and highlighted in purple, with “even DIY if there’s no budget” written beneath in purple.
Below, to the left, is a drawing of a purple folded sheet of paper with “navigating spaces we haven’t designed” written in white on it, along with drawings of stairs and beanbags.
Below is written “assuming does not cover all needs” in black and underlined with a light purple line. To the left is a small dashed purple circle with the words “eg only one breakout space” written inside.
Below is a light purple speech bubble that says “people with needs can assume access tools aren’t possible”. A light grey arrow points to the right to a light purple speech bubble that says “we don’t know triggers that people don’t know themselves”. A light grey arrow points to the right to a light purple speech bubble that says “spaces that cater for self-determination, agency and autonomy”.
Below, written in black, is “spaces for creativity to allow the process to thrive”. To the right is an illustration in grey of an origami bird, a plant, a person and some stars.
To the left, at the bottom of the page in the centre is a large green speech bubble with the words “perfect world” written in large white block capitals and with a black shadow.
To the right is written “smoked salmon, bubble tea, someone to get water and snacks” in black and underlined in green.
Below are 5 green circles, each with an illustration and a caption written in black:
A bed and a sheet of paper with writing on, with the caption “beds, comfort, someone to take notes”.
A window with the caption “light, airy spaces”
A control desk and a pair of headphones with the caption “controllable audio environments”
A bus with a road that has a location pin at the end, with the caption “clear travel”
A packet of crisps, a can of drink and a bowl with the caption “eat and drink whenever”.
To the right is the quote “who are we ‘not inviting’ (yet)” written in black and highlighted in green.
A speech bubble comes from this below with “we can’t predict every access need, but can provide the space, tools, options and permission to navigate in their own way” written inside.
Below are 4 curved squares with purple outlines, the boxes are joined by a dashed purple line, and each with an illustration and a caption in black and purple.
Three people sat at a table talking, one has a cloud above their head. The caption is “welfare check-ins” “(toxic positivity)”.
A pair of headphones with the caption “background noise: headphones”
A person on a beanbag reading a book with a room to the left in which two people are sat at a table eating together. The caption is “food and drink: break out rooms”
A calender with come squares filled in purple with the caption “flexible schedules: plans in place”. Below is written “core times eg 1-3pm”.