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To get an idea of what we do as part of the Special Needs Awareness Weeks, please take a look at the descriptions of the activities organised last year.
The City of Luxembourg has installed a wide range of infrastructure and equipment to enhance the safety and independence of people with disabilities.
Accessibility of our bus lines and bus stops.
Equipment to improve safety and ensure accessibility for everyone on our bus lines.
Route on which a guiding system for the visually impaired is in place from start to finish.
Gaining a better understanding of people who are different from us opens up new doors: creating dialogue between people with special needs and the general publi...
Special Needs Action and Sports Day / Fifth Roll & Run
cityapp – VDL
Download the City's free app to get real-time information (on buses, parking, etc.) that can be personalised to suit your needs.
Clearing of snow
Clearing of snow from pavements in winter. Assistance provided to persons living alone who are over 65 and/or have specific needs.
Dinner in the Dark
As the name suggests, participants enjoy a meal in the dark, but are also guided by visually impaired people through a totally unique experience.
Reserved parking spaces and unrestricted roadside parking
A series of gatherings and theme days are planned as part of the 2023 Awareness Weeks.
Exhibitions and guided tours
Guided tours of the city and Villa Vauban, invitations to museums and more.
At the seventh Inclusion Gala, held as part of the Luxembourg City's Awareness Weeks, art and culture will come together in an evening celebrating inclusion and...
Inclusion of people with special needs
Involvement of people with disabilities through the participative committee with its working groups and brainstorming sessions.
Indoor and outdoor maintenance and minor repairs
Do you need help with maintenance or minor repairs inside or outside your home, or in carrying out certain tasks? The City of Luxembourg offers an assistance se...
Multi-Handi-Sports action day
Athletic event in April to raise awareness for sports played by people with disabilities
Tactile paving safely guides people with disabilities to the side of the road.
Vast array of information stands, activities, lectures, film screenings and exhibitions. Check out the highlights from previous years.
Téléalarme personal alert system
Emergency response service available 24/7: if you are in need of urgent medical assistance, simply press the red button and a distress call will be made.
Workshop on the 4 senses
Educational workshops at Luxembourg City schools, organised together with the Service Enseignement and the Luxembourg Guide Dogs for the Blind Association, repr...