If we have hand-outs at our seminar do they all have to be in Braille?
Material in an accessible format, such as Braille, is an example of an auxiliary aid that can be provided on an as-needed basis. However, knowing your audience is key.
Promotional and registration materials for the seminar should include and explain how the public may request a particular auxiliary aid or service. This information should include contact information and a deadline for requesting individualized accommodations to ensure there is enough time to order or produce the Braille materials.
Planners should also remember to find out if participants who may not be required to register, such as presenters, performers or exhibitors, have any disability-related needs.