Architectural barriers

Scope Notes: Structural obstacles barring access of persons with physical disabilities to a place, building, vehicle;includes building design which limits use by persons with mobility or sensory difficulties such as curbs, door sizes, restrooms, and so forth
Broader Term:
ICF I:
  • b7 NEUROMUSCULOSKELETAL AND MOVEMENT-RELATED FUNCTIONS
  • s7 STRUCTURES RELATED TO MOVEMENT
  • d4 MOBILITY
  • d5 SELF-CARE
  • d8 MAJOR LIFE AREAS
  • e1 PRODUCTS AND TECHNOLOGY
  • e5 SERVICES, SYSTEMS AND POLICIES
ICF III:
  • e150 Design, construction and building products and technology of buildings for public use
  • e155 Design, construction and building products and technology of buildings for private use
  • e515 Architecture and construction services, systems and policies
  • e525 Housing services, systems and policies
  • e575 General social support services, systems and policies
ICF IV:
  • e1500 Design, construction and building products and technology for entering and exiting buildings for public use
  • e1501 Design, construction and building products and technology for gaining access to facilities inside buildings for public use
  • e1502 Design, construction and building products and technology for way finding, path routing and designation of locations in buildings for public use
  • e1550 Design, construction and building products and technology for entering and exiting buildings for private use
  • e1551 Design, construction and building products and technology for gaining access to facilities inside buildings for private use
  • e1552 Design, construction and building products and technology for way finding, path routing and designation of locations in buildings for private use
  • e5150 Architecture and construction services
  • e5151 Architecture and construction systems
  • e5152 Architecture and construction policies
  • e5250 Housing services
  • e5251 Housing systems
  • e5252 Housing policies
  • e5752 General social support policies
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