Advice on making natural heritage centres accessible to people with sight loss
A new guide from Sensing Nature and VocalEyes gives advice to staff and volunteers at natural heritage sites such as nature reserves, country and coastal parks, parklands and gardens on making their sites accessible to visitors with sight loss. 'Supporting multisensory visitor experiences at natural heritage settings' gives detailed guidance on how to encourage and welcome vision impaired people.
Topics covered include provision of information about the site and how to get there, communicating with vision impaired people (including guiding), producing audio description, and how to describe natural and architectural features.
To find out more and download the guide, visit the Sensing Nature website.
Posted on the 23rd of April 2019