Certain disabled people might find new places overwhelming (like anyone else), but the oft-perpetuated myth that disabled people are not outgoing or capable of engaging in their local community is false.
The single difference between a disabled person and a non-disabled person, in this context, is that before visiting a new place, they might want to know what facilities are in place that accommodate them and their needs.
This is where an Access Guide can be useful, as it allows disbaled people to plan their trips in advance and determine whether a place of interest is accessible to them, a friend, or a family member.
Access Guides help illuminate various aspects of a particular site for disabled people, such as its wheelchair accessibility, its braille provision, whether guide dogs are allowed, where Induction Loops are in place, and much more. Everyone’s accessibility needs are different.
Everyone’s accessibility needs are different therefore we develop and provide access guides in a range of formats including large print, different contrasting backgrounds, easy read, Braille, sign language and audio description.
If you think your site(s) would benefit from one of our Access Guides, enquire today.
Designed for neurodiverse visitors, social guides provide vital information about what people can expect when they visit your site. From sights, sounds, smells and who they will meet, guides are written by our Consultant team in partnership with you.