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The Disabilities Patient and Family Advisory Council’s (PFAC) mission is to increase disability awareness and build a culture focused on disability inclusion at Stanford Health Care.
Comprised of patients and Stanford Health Care staff, the Disabilities PFAC was created to highlight the experiences of patients with complex intersecting life experiences in disability, race, gender, sexuality, and all-around diversity - perspectives that have been traditionally overlooked in medicine.
The Disabilities PFAC works to make equity actionable and health care an accessible, dignified, and equal experience for all who come to Stanford Health Care. While this may seem like a lofty goal, all dreams accomplished started somewhere. The PFAC seeks to be the driving force from which these future conversations and projects derive from. All are welcome to join the PFAC and contribute to projects that emphasize equity and the human experience in health care.
Installed benches to create more accessibility in areas with longer walks for patients with mobility conditions.
Advisor/consulting partnership with call boxes in parking lots and golf cart accessibility.