accessibility

Accessibility means that those with disabilities can access what is being offered. https://myblindspot.org/mbs-accessibility-defined/ Frequently, we don’t know what that even means until we’ve experienced LACK of accessibility, either personally, or vicariously through a friend or loved one.

Back of Lip Card for Lip Print Analysis

Wedding and Party Favors

Outstanding Wedding and Party Favors have one things in common–they are meaningful.

Lip Print Analysis and Handwriting Analysis connect everyone. Send a Lip Kit or Handwriting Kit to family and friends who can’t attend attend your event. They make PERFECT wedding and party favors! People are so happy to connect, to find out about themselves, and the cards remind them of you and your event!

Simple or lavish–your choice. A slim, elegant envelope with a Lip Card or Handwriting Card and instructions, or a Lip Kit with a handmade, artisanal card, individual lipstick applicator, makeup remover and your message.

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Meaningful Entertainment and Thoughtful Seating Photo: Manuel Llaneras

What’s most important to you? Handmade cards? Making sure EVERYONE gets a reading? Why does live, in-person event entertainment that connect people like nothing else?

As we’re getting used to being together again, know that nothing sparks conversation and real interactions better than finding out about yourself and others with handwriting analysis or lip print analysis. It’s fun, it’s neutral, and it’s meaningful!

Many people have started new positions, working remotely with colleagues they’ve never met. When you DO come together, give yourselves a chance to have fun, relax and get to know one another! Build trust,  build community, and create common ground in a heartbeat!

Our Contact-Free Entertainer Booth can keep everybody safe and let them enjoy the live entertainment.

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How to Maximize Event Accessibility

Maximizing event accessibility has many benefits.

By accommodating everybody, including those with invisible disabilities, you make your events more comfortable, increase your reach, and create a premium environment.

  • Planning
  • Event design
  • Technology

Event planners work magic behind the scenes. They pull everything together to create an exciting, welcoming environment.

Diversity and inclusion work best when they are a part of the planning process. ​

〰PLANNING〰

Make guest accommodations friendly to people with disabilities, including those with ‘hidden’ disabilities. Most U.S. hotels, motels, inns, etc. include accommodations that are ADA (Americans with Disabilities Act) compliant. In fact, all accommodations designed or constructed after January 26, 1993 are required to be ADA compliant.

Make it easy for your attendees from the start! Provide them with an accessibility statement and point of contact in event announcements and invitations. Include clear instructions on how to request accommodations. You’ll want to clarify deadlines for requests for special accommodations and avoid disappointment or avoid confusion. (Scroll to the end for two examples!)

Share details about lodging and transportation accessibility with out-of-town guests.

〰EVENT DESIGN〰

The best event designs unify and refine your event. You’ll want to make sure that acoustics, lighting, and climate all contribute to making your event as comfortable and inviting as possible–for everyone.

Prioritize details that contribute to guests’ ability to see, hear, and fully participate in your event. Thoughtful seating arrangements, unobtrusive decor, and easily available information all help create a supportive environment. Take it a step further and add personalized event entertainment to ensure that ALL of your guests are able to participate in your event. Strolling entertainers make accessibility a breeze for those with mobility impairments–the entertainment comes to you!

〰TECHNOLOGY〰

If you use visual or auxiliary elements (for example a slideshow or speaker), share a list of  additional services, assistive technology, or accommodations that you are able to provide.

Some examples:

●  American Sign Language interpreters

●  CART services (Real time closed-captioning is more accurate than computer generated captions)

●  Visual and auxiliary aids

●  Assistive communication devices

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