How to Make Religious Meetings Accessible

Planning an accessible event requires more than ramps and wheelchair washrooms. The key is to be sensitive to every aspect of the event and to what barriers a person with a disability — mobility, hearing, sight, or cognitive — might face, and how you can eliminate or minimize those barriers to ensure that all participants feel welcome.

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1. Disability-Related Accommodations

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