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(This photograph is not of Rick Hansen. It is of a person with disabilities having mobility issues.)

Rick Hansen’s website link: Homepage | Rick Hansen Foundation

Please follow Rick’s story in the “About Rick” description and his journey with “The Man in Motion Tour”. About Rick | Rick Hansen Foundation

Before starting Accessible Places, I was fortunate enough to qualify to take the Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification TM (RHFAC) and write the CSA Group independent examination for my certification. (CSA is an independent third-party organization that makes the final Certification.)

Now that I am a RHFAC Professional, I am looking forward to the opportunity to rate your Site and determine its accessibility.

How do you start?

The Rick Hansen Foundation Accessibility Certification TM (RHFAC) measures the level of meaningful access to your Site.

Below are six steps towards completing an RHFAC rating and celebrating your achievement.

  1. Determine which Site (s) you want rated.
  2. Find a designated RHFAC Professional. There is a directory on the Rick Hansen foundation website to help you find the proper professional to meet your needs. I am listed on this site under: https://www.rickhansen.com/RHFAC-professional-directory.
  3. Register your Organization and then your Site (s) on the RHFAC Registry.
  4. Schedule an on-site visit with your RHFAC Professional.
  5. Complete the registration of your Site and make your payment.
  6. Celebrate your rating on your Scorecard and Showcase your Site’s accessibility.

For more information, please contact us here at Accessible Places and we would be happy to explain the process to you in greater detail.

No matter what you need, we will do our best to help. As we said, it’s “a place for all”.

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