Social skills for autonomous people

This is a really detailed list of accessibility questions for event planners, so that they can make it clear to people with disabilities whether the event will work for them or not.

It’s awesome. We need more stuff like this.

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    This could be useful for some of my event-planning friends!
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    It’s also really good as a checklist.
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