This term incorporates all possible accommodations and specific services meant to provide the same level of experience or as close to it as possible for those who are disabled, senior in age, or who have young children. Within the tourist industry, ramps on boats and airplanes, staff who are specially trained, and attractions specially designed with these people in mind are becoming more and more commonplace. This can be applied in private or public settings equally.
One of the nice things about living in the future is that being disabled is not nearly so cumbersome as it was before. New innovations in equipment and facilities as well as a more understanding attitude have changed the landscape of what is possible for someone with a disability. The ability to drive a car, use a computer, and even walk normally are all examples of ways we have adapted our environment and ideas to cultivate a way for everyone to enjoy life to the fullest. According to a study by Cambridge University; “The importance of this approach is that it has been estimated that 30% of a population will have access requirements at any point in time, and most people will have a disability at some stage during their life.”