One response to “Accessibility Policies Done Right: The Legion of Honor in San Francisco”

  1. ne disligi?os plu

    They should mention whether and where there are surveillance cameras, or better yet, have a policy regarding what should and should not be photographed (i.e., you are photographing the exhibits, NOT the visitors–don’t be careless with your camera, and give warnings if you can). That’s the major accessibility issue for me, and it’s often very hard to find out whether a place meets that standard.

    I’m hopeful that you all here will take that seriously. I have a more common disability too, with its own set of accessibility issues, and nine times out of ten, when I can’t do something I want to do, it’s not the more common disability, it’s the cameras–yet it’s constantly trivialized, dismissed and ignored.