Sometimes people find it difficult to interact with people using wheelchairs. There are things you just shouldn’t say to someone using assistive devices. Unfortunately, many people do not understand this.
I was invited by a friend recently to an event called Frankenfest held by Indiana Humanities at the Indiana Medical History Museum located in Indianapolis, Indiana. I contacted the organizer of the event to determine if it was accessible, and I was told that the museum itself does not have accessible access to the second… Continue reading My Experience With Accessibility at The Indiana Medical History Museum
Does anyone see a problem with this picture? We have a problem in America with people not understanding what it means to be truly accessible. As a wheelchair user, I run into situations such as this regularly. Whether it is an "accessible" toilet stall that doesn't even fit my wheelchair, lack of appropriate handicap parking,… Continue reading A Wheelchair Sign Doesn’t Automatically Make It Accessible