St. Andrew's-Wesley United Church
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100 -1022 Nelson Street
Vancouver, British Columbia Canada
Cultural Facility

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All perspectives 5.0 Mobility perspective 5.0
Excellent access


5.0 (out of 5)
Excellent access
Reviewed by: johns
Date: Feb 24, 2012
Entrance
5 (out of 5) Excellent access
All doors for public are accessible; Entry door(s) wide enough for wheelchair; Power operated doors; Level pathway; Covered entrance; Clear signage.
Venue Pathway
5 (out of 5) Excellent access
All public pathways are accessible; Clear aisles which accommodate the width of a wheelchair; Turn around spaces at end of aisle for wheelchairs/strollers; Low counter at cashier; Well-lit pathways; Emergency management features in place to allow evacuation in the case of an emergency.
Main Function
5 (out of 5) Excellent access
All areas, aspects and features of the venue’s main function are accessible; For example: all tables in a restaurant are accessible and for a hotel all rooms are accessible.
Washrooms
5 (out of 5) Excellent access
Separate unisex (family) washroom; Screen walls instead of doors or power operated doors; No barriers or obstacles to sinks or toilets; three grab bars at each toilet; Easy open or power operated door(s); Accessible sink and accessories; No stored items inside washroom (e.g.: janitor supplies); Emergency call button in case of fall or help needed.
Customer Service
0 (out of 5) Not applicable
Not applicable
Final score: 5.0 (out of 5) - Excellent access

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