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Accessible Tourism

Increasing accessibility is good for our 13,000 disabled islanders, 4,000 carers and visitors, and for your business too. Access is a very broad topic and involves changes to the physical environment such as installing ramps and accessible bathrooms and improving lighting and acoustics, but also customer service, information and activities.

  1. One of the core barriers to inclusion is customer service. We want to encourage front line staff to take the free ‘States Disability Awareness Training’. You can review the change card here or visit signpost.gg
  2. Learn more about hidden disabilities by watching our local videos and by reading our factsheets at matter.gg
  3. Consider the accessibility of your physical environment. Read our Change Cards
  4. Book an access review with Access for All or Create
  5. Review your website accessibility by using our Change Card tips
  6. Are your brochures and leaflets accessible? For key points check our Change Card
  7. Do you provide activities, tours of St Peter Port, island tours or concerts? How accessible are they? Contact Access for All for more information
  8. As an employer, how accessible are your employment practices. Read our Employment Change Cards and contact the Guernsey Employment Trust
  9. Are you struggling with language surrounding disability? Take a look at the Scope #endtheawkward
  10. Follow ‘We All Matter, Eh?’ on Facebook and Twitter for more updates

Here we provide a few top tips to consider with more information available on matter.gg and access.gg

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