There are many reasons for making stores, transit, schools, and public spaces accessible – April can explain the method and rationale for improving physical spaces to accommodate a wide variety of physical considerations. Individuals with physical disabilities should not be subject to “second-class” treatment. Bring April in to ensure that your facilities are compliant with best practices and useful for everyone.

April’s expertise

  • Universal design
    • What universal design means
    • Implementing universal design considerations at the beginning of a project
    • Modifying existing physical spaces in line with these design principles
  • Low-cost modifications to physical spaces
  • The importance of accessibility to organizations
  • Accessible design in schools
  • Legislation and the Americans with Disabilities Act
  • Education for service providers
    • Disability language
    • Etiquette and interactions