Adaptations to the Physical Environment for People With Disabilities
Disability & Accessibility • 1m 58s
In recent decades, public spaces have adopted various physical adaptations to improve accessibility, but there is still work to be done. Here are a few physical adaptations that enable people with disabilities to move through the world more easily.
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