(Visitor Services > Travel Association)
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Accessible formats (e.g. for menus, brochures, etc) and communication supports are provided in a timely manner upon request at no extra charge in consultation with the person making the request.
A sufficiently wide, hard surfaced, unobstructed path, no steps or equipped with ramp connecting to a public entrance or exit and identified by signage. Automatic door openers, adequate manoeuvring room in front of door.
Unobstructed path through public hallways that are wide enough to allow people using wheelchairs and other mobility devices to move easily through the building.
Elevator access to all public floors with adequate manoeuvring room to enter and exit the elevator.
At least one identified, reserved parking space with a safe, clearly marked accessible route from the designated parking area to an accessible building entrance.
An accessible washroom stall has adequate manoeuvring room for mobility devices. Includes grab bars, transfer space, accessible door latch, sink with knee clearance, and lever handles or automatic sensor faucets.
Service animal can be identified by visual indicators (guide dog or other animal wearing a vest/harness); or documentation available from a regulated health professional to confirm the animal is required due to a disability.
Support persons are welcome to provide services or assistance with communication, mobility, personal care, medical needs or access to facilities. Please check with the organization about entry fees, if applicable.