Etiquette


The 360-Access site is designed to foster discussion between people with disabilities and the businesses that want to serve them. Conversations about accessible features and issues that run in tandem with making older spaces more accessible for all. We understand that there are stories of success and frustration associated with these issues; in that vein, we ask that the discourse here on the site always remain respectful. Please do not bash any companies or individuals in your discussions.

“The difference between the right word and the almost-right word is the difference between lightning and a lightning bug.” Mark Twain

People first language is the most respectful. Here's a good general guideline.  A more recent article by Andrew Pulrang in Forbes digital magazine is an excellent discourse on the ever-changing disability terminology.

As the old adage goes, if you do not have anything nice to say, perhaps it is best if you don’t say anything at all!

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