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Disability access symbols can be used to promote and inform people about the accessibility of spaces and events. Use these symbols on registration forms, event schedules and event signage to indicate which services and supports will be available to participants.

Information about services and access available

Accessible to individuals with limited mobility

Live audio description provided for performances and presentations

Audio description provided for TV, film and video

Printed materials available in large/accessible print

Accessible to individuals who are blind or have low vision

Printed materials available in Braille

Telephone Typewriter (TTY) available for deaf and hearing impaired

Sign language interpretation available

Assistive listening systems available (headsets, hearing aids, etc.)

Telephone with amplified volume control for users with hearing impairments

Videos/TV with Closed Captioning

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