This project has taught me the importance of being proactive. I know firsthand how hard it can be to navigate a world built for people with different mobility needs and abilities than me. If I can't help foster physical changes (quickly, easily, or at all) to inaccessible areas, then I want to at least make them more accessible simply by collecting and sharing valuable information about them. 

That's where EARI Local Accessibility Guides come into play. I want to start compiling a database of homemade 'user guides' for accessing common and popular public spaces, and I plan to update this list as I gather more information. I want these guides useful and usable. Please email any suggestions for places to visit, types of accessibility issues to consider, and anything else you would find useful to

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