barrier-free


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barrier-free

Said of a building or facility that is accessible to the handicapped.
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As we continue to introduce new digital solutions to make buying, selling, owning and using cars easier for everyone, it's crucial these solutions are barrier-free so that every individual is able to use them for their advantage.'
* Barrier-free camping choices and accessible picnic areas
- Barrier-free camping choices, and accessible picnic areas
'Having tour guides skilled with knowledge of sign language and an understanding of the services needed by persons with disabilities (PWDs) is a must under the DOT's thrust for barrier-free tourism,' Puyat said in a statement on Wednesday.
The discussion covered challenges in providing barrier-free services such as the lack of awareness among stakeholders, and the lack of appropriate trainings among service providers - from assistive technology-friendly facilities, to equip capable personnel who can communicate with clients who are speech-impaired, or with mental health conditions, the DOT said.
With her assistance, National Taipei University of Technology planned accessible barrier-free bedrooms at a dormitory, the United Daily News reported.
That would be the nightmare scenario if Britain fails to secure a barrier-free trade deal with the EU.
In addition, the side grooves for rainwater conventionally located on both sides inside the outer tunnel have been totally removed, enabling the realization of a completely barrier-free space permitting smooth and safe mobility even for passengers using a wheelchair.
Other speakers from various walks of life also recommended a barrier-free society for all including disabled.
laws and guidelines and Department policies on barrier-free accessibility.
Around 3,500 railway stations and 60 bus terminals across Japan are subject to the change to be worked out by the end of March so that barrier-free access at these places will be realized by March 2021, according to the sources linked with the transport ministry.