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The parliament has been renovated and will open its doors to all interested parties this weekend. As part of the renovation, great attention was paid to the aspect of accessibility. In principle, you don't have to praise public institutions for adapting their buildings and services to the latest state of accessibility. However, because we think that there were many good ideas here that other institutions or entrepreneurs could use as a guideline for more accessibility, here is an overview!
8 points that make the Parliament more accessible for blind and visually impaired people:
- Consultation of interest groups
- Tactile floor guidance system.
- Tactile plans
- Accessible library
- Tactile QR codes
- Accessible website
- Wayfinding on the website
- Sensitisation training
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