Santa Cruz Public Libraries'
|General Agency Information|
|Name:||Amy's Access Reports|
|Alternate Name(s):||Amys Access Reports|
|Description:||Twitter Account: amysaccessrepor
A new nationwide free-membership website reviewing businesses based on accessibility and customer service for people with special needs.
The motto in the disability world is "never about us without us." People with disabilities are the target group, but the appeal is to everyone for the simple fact that everyone can become "disabled" at any point in their lives, which is why I feel this site will be a "must-have" tool for the new or temporarily disabled learning to adapt to a new environment.
The goal of amysaccessreports.com is to become a community-based awareness site that is based in opinion and an evolving understanding of what accessibility means in America. Therefore, I encourage people without disabilities to become members of the site as well. I want people from all backgrounds to be able to become members, to read reviews and express opinions, for it is when we all come together that we truly begin to understand.
|Mission:||The mission statement for the company is not based on anger or negativity, but based on the idea of giving a concrete definition to the word accessible. People with disabilities (after the 1980s) are numb to the phrase "yes, it's accessible", knowing that accessible is a broad term around the country. My goal for the site is to let the viewers know what accessible means for the particular place they are traveling to and to give a better idea of what to expect; to try to eliminate the voice that says "but is it really accessible?" and to give the viewer a chance to assess the situation before traveling to a location.|
|Languages other than English:||None|
|Accommodations for Disabled:||Not Applicable|
|Public Transportation:||Not Applicable|
|Eligibility:||Open to All|
|Areas Served:||United States|
|Funding Source:||Proceeds from Sales|
ADA Accessibility Compliance
|This record last modified March 3, 2015|