Work With Us And Share Your Accessibility Stories

All accessibility needs are unique and everyone has a different and important story to tell.

Disabled Spectator is revolutionizing the way people with disabilities, their family and friends connect and enjoy entertainment and sporting events at public venues. To achieve that, we want to create a database of venue accessibility information, providing people with disabilities the information they need to attend a live event. We also plan to sell accessible seat tickets to such events.

We know that there is a lot of work ahead and we’re ways away from completing our goals. But while we’re hard at work, we want to raise awareness about the lack of accessibility at music and sports venues. This is where you come in.

Want to contribute to our blog? You can!

We want people to share their experiences with us. Tell us about the accessibility issues you face at public venues. We want to hear about good or bad experiences you’ve had at concerts, festivals, sports games. Tell us what you’d like to see changed, or what innovations you’ve seen that you’d like to see more often. Every disability is unique, therefore, needs differ from person to person. As a result, everyone has a different and important story to tell.

We want people to contribute to our blog, send us private messages, leave comments, or send us a tweet! Bringing in multiple voices and drawing light to the many different accessibility issues that people with disabilities face while attending live events is a start towards bringing about real change.

Get in touch with us in the comments, on Twitter, Facebook, LinkedInGoogle+, or by email on our Community page. We want to hear from you!

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