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Wedding Venues For The Disabled

When selecting from the available wedding venues in any location, it is very important to consider factors such as whether or not the location is compliant with various disabilities you or your family and friends may have. What should you plan for? What should you look for in these facilities?

Before you select a location for your special day, be sure it addresses every detail that is necessary for the disabled guests or participants in your special day who need the attention. Think about the details here:

One Level

One of the first things to consider about such wedding venues is if they are on one level or more than one. Any area where there are steps is likely to be a problem. A solution the facility may offer is having a ramp in place for those who cannot do the steps. However, various levels within one facility can be challenging under any circumstances. Even simple things, like doorways with tracking along the bottom can lead to people tripping.

Space To Move

Next, consider the amount of space available to allow an individual to easily move through it with a wheelchair. This means having space to turn and easily get between aisles. This may be especially important in situations where they need to be the focal point. For example, if the bride or groom is in a wheelchair, he or she needs ample space to progress down the aisle, move around tables, and be able to even partake in the festivities on the dance floor.

Height Factors

For those with wheelchairs, the height of tables can be a factor many do not think about when planning this meal. Though many will be at an appropriate level for meals, you should be sure buffet tables and others are all at the right height as well.

Other Needs

What other needs do individuals require? If you have not yet done so, ask the venue staff about what steps you can take to ensure that their evening is just as special as it can be. Sometimes, having these individuals as a part of the planning process can be very helpful. Ultimately, the facility you select for you and your guests needs to be able to accommodate the needs of every individual. This means that they need to be flexible enough to work with you, or you will need to simply move on to another location.

Wedding venues are often handicap compliant, but that does not mean that every set-up offered will be. Be specific with the facility about your needs. Learn about any limitations they may have. Only select a venue that can appropriately accommodate all of your needs. This will make a big difference in the ability of everyone at the event to truly enjoy themselves.

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