Eighty-eight percent of people with a disability take a holiday every year – and that means all tourism businesses should be investing in products and services that cater to this rapidly growing market.
Words matter. Here’s a helpful guide containing appropriate language to use when speaking about accessibility.
Explore some general tips for any business to be more accessible.
Top tips to help your property remove barriers and access the growing accessible tourism market.
Top tips to help your attraction remove barriers and access the growing accessible tourism market.
Learn how to talk and write about people with disabilities in a way that is truly inclusive.
West Coast Aquatic Safaris has accomplished what few other tour operators have managed: successful execution of a comfortable, accessible and sustainable ocean experience.
Accessibility attributes indicate whether your business is accessible for people with mobility needs, visual and/or hearing requirements, or for people with diverse cognitive or sensory abilities. Use this checklist to self-assess your business‘ accessibility for all and help inform visitors of your accessible offerings.
Making your business accessible means more than just meeting building codes. Here‘s why.
If getting your message across is the goal of graphic design, shouldn‘t it be accessible to the widest audience possible? Uncover some general rules you can follow regardless of whether you‘re creating a website, social media post, digital ad, or poster.
Creating an accessible workplace benefits more than just your employees - but the physical environment is just one part of the pie.
Learn how one small business puts inclusion front and centre in their hiring process.
Star employees currently exist in a talent pool that many employers overlook. Here are several reasons why hiring people with disabilities makes business sense.