Monthly Archives: February 2014

One Of Us Doesn’t Count

It was an interesting two days.  Friday my friend and I went to lunch at a fairly new restaurant for the first time.  We entered, I with my service dog and she with her white cane and holding onto my … Continue reading 

Posted in blind, disability accessibility, good business, good customer service, low vision, technology and accessibility

Accessibility Is More Than A Ramp

The ramp, often erroneously referred to as the “handicapped ramp”, has become as much a symbol of accessibility as the little wheelchair dude on the blue and white signs.  It has become that to such a degree that many places … Continue reading 

Posted in ADA, assistance dog, disability, disability accessibility, expanding your market, good business, inclusive practices, reasonable accommodations, service animals

Trying But Not Getting It

I visited a small museum in a small town.  There is lots of parking for this facility: street parking in the front, street parking on the side and a parking lot in back.  There is only one accessible parking space … Continue reading 

Posted in ADA, Americans with Disabilities Act, disability, disability accessibility, reasonable accommodations