Accessibility, sensory friendliness and neurodiversity friendliness at events
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- Autistic Self Advocacy Network Accessibility resources, including a Guide to Accessible Event Planning and Notes on Autistic Access Needs
- Color communication badges
- WisCon has the most elaborate accessibility policy I've seen so far, covers many different kinds of disabilities
- autisticality, "How to make your event autism-friendly" part 1: introduction, part 2: sensory needs, [part 3: cognitive needs](