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Accessibility statement generator

This tool enables individuals who organise a conference or workshop to share information about the accessibility of their event with people who have a disability or a chronic condition upfront. Disabled people spend lots of time and energy on chasing conference and workshop organiser to share with them whether their venue is accessible to them.

If you indicate below which types of accommodation your venue offers, the accessibility statement generator will output a statement which describes the accessibility of your venue. You can include this text on your website or in emails relating to the event you are organising. is tool enables individuals who organise a conference or workshop to share information about the accessibility of their event with people who have a disability or a chronic condition upfront. Disabled people spend lots of time and energy on chasing conference and workshop organiser to share with them whether their venue is accessible to them.

Even these questions are not necessarilly complete in terms of providing comprehensive access information (for instance if a venue has ramps which are the two narrow ramps these are suitable only for manual wheelchairs not powerchairs and many wheelchair users prefer to avoid them regardless. Please think about other details you might want to add in the further comments section.

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Access to the venue:

Does the venue have:

Steps:

How high are the steps?
Is there a handrail?

Facilities: Which of the following are available?

Seating?
Wheelchair accessible toilet?
Gender neutral toilet?(?)
Hearing loop?
BSL interpretor?
Designated quiet space?(?)
Parking nearby/onsite?
Blue badge parking near the venue?
Film: Does this event include a video showing?
Are there subtitles?
Including closed caption?(?)
Is there audio description?(?)
English language audio?

Access to the venue:

Does the venue have:

Facilities: Which of the following are available?

 
 

The Accessibility Statement Generator was shared with us by the Disabled Students' Campaign of the University of Cambridge and programmed by Rowan Thomas, available on GitHub. The code used on this site includes several minor improvements made by Aaron Schaal and is also available on GitHub.