Did you know that 95% of visitors with access requirements look for a venue’s accessibility information before deciding to visit? It’s really important to tell disabled people and customers with specific requirements how they can access your facilities and services but if you’re not quite sure where to start then Visit Britain can help. They offer some helpful tools to assist you in developing an accessibility guide, including examples for different sectors.
Create an Accessibility Guide
An Accessibility Guide can help you to communicate your facilities and services to disabled people and other customers who want specific accessibility information, such as older travellers and families with young children.
Detailing the accessibility of your venue in an Accessibility Guide will enable these people, their family and friends to make informed decisions as to where to stay and visit in view of their individual requirements.
Providing an Accessibility Guide (formerly known as an Access Statement) is a minimum requirement for all participants in VisitEngland’s Quality Assessment Schemes.
To view examples click the linkhere
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