This study presents information about the service disabled spectators receive and the issues they face when attending a sporting event, in order to ensure that their rights are properly recognised in this area. It discusses the barriers they face when planning attendance, buying tickets, travelling to and from the venue and the overall experience of the sporting event. It then discusses what aids and adaptations would help disabled supporters as well as reccomendations for stadium improvements. The report also includes a number of powerful personal testimonies of disabled peoples' experiences of sporting events, allowing the reader to comprehensively understand the wide range of disablities and requirements.
Created 7 years ago, updated 3 years ago
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