Starting your career can be daunting, especially if you’re one of the millions of Americans with a disability. Although there have been advances in accessibility solutions for establishments like Disabled Spectator, you may still face unfair discrimination and barriers in the workforce. If you’re wondering...

Thank you for reaching out to Disabled Spectator (www.disabledspectator.com) regarding an elevator at Dodger Stadium. An elevator is available inside the stadium behind home plate.  For ease of access to it, parking close to the right gate will be important.  Best to park in Lot P. ...

Partnership with Ticketmaster Creates New ADA Ticket Resource Disabled Spectator is excited to announce a partnership with Ticketmaster. The affiliate partnership allows Disabled Spectator to sell ADA seat tickets via the Ticketmaster platform. This partnership is a big step forward towards Disabled Spectator’s goal of becoming...

Handicapped parking and how much?   Disabled Spectator’s Response Thank you for reaching out to Disabled Spectator regarding accessible seats. I’m assuming you are inquiring about parking at Dodger Stadium, so here is the link for info about parking there. Dodger Stadium Parking Key sections that might be helpful to you...

I recently tore my ACL and am on crutches, I have tickets to the 4/28/19 game,  (7FS S 11&12)   I'm trying to figure out the  handicapped accessibility issues and your hot line only works on game days,  Who should I call during normal business hours...

Inquiry Hello, Thank you for this website. Thank you for your service to our country. I just want clarification. Is every seat on this website accessible? I'm looking for seats at Dodger stadium. The choices give various rows which I do not recognize as rows for wheelchairs. Will...

What's your October Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

What's your August Reading List? Here's ours. Every first week of the month, Disabled Spectator publishes a reading list of our favorite disability and accessibility related articles. We look for insightful, interesting, controversial, heartbreaking, well-written, or enjoyable articles that provoke thought, conversation, and emotion. This post looks at...

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