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Accessibility Project The first location that I visited was McDonalds. I did not get the impression that they have a very sufficient atmosphere for those people for have physical disabilities. While they do have handicapped parking spaces they do not leave space for those who may be in a wheel chair to exit their vehicle. Although the sidewalk reached the minimum size requirements there was no ramp to access it. The entrances to not have doors that will open automatically but they are accessible by those in wheelchairs. The bathrooms are accessible by those with physical handicaps. There is a handicapped stall and hand holds for the toilet. There is also a sink lower than the rest that can be used by those in a wheelchair. The water, soap, and paper towels are also all automatic. While ordering is made easy for most there are no Braille menus for those who may need that type of menu. There is also no way of explaining items to customers who may be hard of hearing. Besides those two factors ordering is made easy for those with disabilities besides
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This note was uploaded on 04/21/2008 for the course COMP 101 taught by Professor Dafalve during the Fall '08 term at Bloomsburg.

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