Living life like everyday is Halloween.
I'm a horror obsessed 20 year old attending Auburn University and dreaming of a brighter tomorrow. My hobbies include reading, spelunking, horse back riding, singing, and special effects makeup. I work at a haunted house as well as model and am an aspiring actress. I'm a real character if you get to know me. Happy Haunting <3
what disabled people consider accessibility:
wheelchair ramps, elevators, stairs that aren't steep and contain breaks, braille, seeing eye dogs/assistant dogs, ergonomic work spaces, easy to grip tools, closed captions, resources in close proximity to each other, class note-takers, recording devices for lectures, medication, level ground, assisted learning, larger bathroom stalls with bars, quiet spaces (for sensory overload), lower workloads, being allowed time off work or school, just to name very very few
what able-bodied people consider accessibility:
"just put wheelchair ramps everywhere!!!"