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Frustrated by Lack of Accessibility Info for People with Disabilities, this Brave Founder Took the Matter into Her Own Hands
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Frustrated by Lack of Accessibility Info for People with Disabilities, this Brave Founder Took the Matter into Her Own Hands

Think of your favorite bar. Picture the entrance, the bathrooms, the layout. Could you get around in it in a wheelchair? How about the menu? Could you read it if your vision was impaired? Never thought about it? Most of us haven’t.

But many of our peers are faced with questions of accessibility on a daily basis.


Imagine going on a date with someone you really like. Now imagine having to worry whether or not you can get inside the bar by yourself. Or worrying if your wheelchair can fit into the bathroom stalls. For most of us, the first thought would be to just look it up online. There’s an app for that, right?

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