Category: Accessibility Tips

Reopening Business in a COVID World
December 16, 2021

Reopening Business in a COVID World

COVID-19 has interrupted our lives in ways that we never could have predicted. From closing schools to shuttering businesses, no one could have foreseen how much our lives would
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Members of United Spinal Association’s New York City chapter enjoyed the accessible Citi Field on SCI Awareness Day.
April 16, 2021

Accessibility Services Works Behind the Scenes to Bring America into the 21st Century

(Pictured above: Members of United Spinal Association’s New York City chapter enjoyed the accessible Citi Field on SCI Awareness Day.) Arriving at a location and facing barriers that impede
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San Diego zoo billboard
December 15, 2019

Accessibility Services: A Tradition of Access

While it may not seem like it should be, determining accessibility is often a messy area. How many inches wide does a doorway need to be to be accessible?
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Accessibility Update: The 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design and Play Areas

The following article begins by reviewing when play areas are required to comply with the 2010 ADA Standards for Accessible Design and then discusses the scoping and technical requirements
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Maintenance of Accessible Features Obligation

Lately, we have received numerous questions about maintenance of accessible features under three conditions ordinary use of a space, during a renovation project, and if the 2010 ADA Accessibility
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Does the International Symbol of Accessibility Misrepresent the Disabled Population?

In my consulting efforts a common fundamental assumption exists among design professionals. Designers forget that individuals with disabilities are not strictly limited to people using wheelchairs.
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