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Are you being as inclusive as possible to your visitors with disabilities?

We Help Locations Attract and Serve Visitors of All Abilities

CERTIFICATION

We help governments, businesses, and educational institutions become disability inclusion champions!

We certify locations that strive to provide an inclusive and welcoming environment for people of all abilities.

Promote. Improve. Empower.

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We help organizations attract and provide the best experience possible for visitors with disabilities by providing a certification that includes training, accessibility testing, and positive PR/Marketability.

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Likely outcomes:

  • Improve Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion

  • Increase PR and marketability

  • Improve compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act

  • Attract users/visitors to your facilities

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  • Training on disability etiquette and inclusion

  • Awareness of physical accessibility of visitor-facing spaces

  • Transparency on physical accessibility and layout to manage visitors' expectations and improve navigation

Did you know?

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1 in 4

American adults have a disability

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85%

of people with mobility challenges are NOT satisfied with the ADA

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$21 bil.

in yearly discretionary income from Americans with disabilities

Database & Certification Awareness 

When governments, businesses, and educational institutions earn our Advocate+ Certification, they gain exposure by being listed on our extensive database, and alleviate the uncertainty that may prevent customers or visitors with disabilities from visiting.

During the Advocate+ Certification process, we employ mystery guests with disabilities to visit your location to put your training into practice and gain more feedback, all while further expanding our network and building awareness and credibility to our certifications.