Accessibility at PlayStation Experience | Event this year 2017 [News]

PlayStation want to provide a welcoming, accessible environment for everyone.  This includes guests who are blind or deaf/hard-of-hearing, those with mobility impairments, guests with Autism or other mental conditions.  Even temporary disabilities, such as broken legs or late-term pregnancy, are included.

Registration

When you register for the Experience, please be sure to let us know if you have any specific accessibility requests (e.g., ASL interpreter).  The sooner you let us know the better, as requests received within 3 weeks of the show may be more difficult to accommodate.

Accessibility Concierge

In order to provide assistance and information to our guests with accessibility requirements on-site at the Experience, we have our Accessibility Concierge team ready to assist.  You can find the Accessibility Concierge, near the Registration Desk  Days and hours for Accessibility Concierge will be provided as we get closer to the show.

The Accessibility Concierge will help address any accessibility issues and questions that may arise for our guests with disabilities.  Our staff will communicate with guests in ways that take into account their disabilities.

Support Persons/Companions

We understand that some of our guests may require the assistance of a support person or companion.  For the accommodations described below, such as reserved seating, guests may be accompanied by up to two support persons or companions.  All attendees of the Experience must have a paid registration.

 


Date published: 20/11/17

Written by: Joseph Opoku 

Source: (1)  PlayStation.com

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