Planning an accessible event requires more than ramps and wheelchair washrooms. The key is to be sensitive to every aspect of the event and to what barriers a person with a disability — mobility, hearing, sight, or cognitive — might face, and how you can eliminate or minimize those barriers to ensure that all participants feel welcome. Checklist 1. Disability-Related Accommodations It's your responsibility to provide information on how attendees can request appropriate accommodations. ...

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