First restaurants get seal of approval for accessibility
Photo: Vereniging Bartiméus Sonneheerdt
Ten restaurants have a Dutch quality Mark for Accessibility (NLKT) been awarded.
The branches meet 25 requirements. So, the restaurants are no obstacles or barriers, they welcome assistance dogs and there is a disabled toilet. Also are windows and glass doors stickers for the benefit of visually impaired visitors.
It comes to restaurants in Milheeze, Enschede, Eindhoven, the netherlands (two), Rotterdam, the netherlands, Velserbroek, Putten, Amersfoort, Emmen and the hague.
The NLKT is an initiative of Unhindered and the Vereniging Bartiméus Sonneheerdt. The organisations, companies and public places more accessible for people who are blind, visually impaired, hearing impaired or otherwise physically limited, with the hotel industry as a priority.