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Hows and Whys of Architectural Accessibility

This website explains the experience of an Episcopal Church in Minnesota in making their congregation accessible. Problems faced by many churches are discussed along with suggestions for improving access. Links to various resources are available such as more than 50 ways to make your parish accessible, distinction between disability and handicap, and service dog ministry.

The Episcopal Disability Network

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