Spring is in the air, and summer is right around the corner, and that means Americans will undoubtedly be heading out to enjoy their community.
QUESTION: I am in a wheelchair due to a car accident this past month. I was recently at a cinema in my hometown that claims to be wheelchair accessible but they do not have any automatic doors. Is this ADA compliant?
QUESTION: Do I have to sit in the front row because I am in a wheelchair?
Date night featuring dinner and a movie is a treat most people enjoy. It is an opportunity to relax, to unwind, and to simply spend time together. That’s why ADA accessibility is important when it comes to restaurants and theaters. People with disabilities need easy access to these types of venues so that their only stress is what food to order and which movie to see.
There are places you feel welcome and places you don’t. Don’t get me wrong – it’s not that they don’t want you to feel welcome, but when thoughtless barrier after thoughtless barrier is thrown in your way…