Coronavirus will have a lasting impact on every part of life for many months, if not years, to come. From a severe economic strain to the realities of living in a semi-social distanced world until a vaccine is available. That will likely mean no overseas travel, restricted imports and highly alert shopping centres for the time being. One thing all shops and retail space should be planning is the installation of perspex sheeting.
Opening a new shop, whether you're selling fashionable clothes or home-made candles, can be a really exciting project. However, you need to make sure that your shop is accessible and welcoming for those who are blind or visually impaired by following the three simple tips below.
Educate Yourself And Staff
In order to make your shop accessible to blind and visually ipmaired people, you need to make sure you understand blindness.