Designing Accessible Events for People with Disabilities and Deaf Individuals

Overview

Vera’s Center on Victimization and Safety developed these tip sheets to assist leaders in planning and implementing accessible meetings that address the needs of all people, including people with disabilities and Deaf people. They focus on how to select accessible venues, ensure successful meeting environments, and what to address during the planning process, including the creation of accessible meeting materials for all participants. The tip sheets also provide guidance on how to develop successful contracts with hotel management.

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