es in equal rights and opportunities for benefitting from the Center’s activities, contents, and website. The Center’s staff is specially trained to provide accessible customer services.
For any question or request regarding visits of persons with disabilities please contact us through one of the following:
• Email through ‘Contact’ on this website
• Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
• Messenger through Nalaga’at Center on Facebook
• Nalaga’at’s Accessibility Coordinator Mohammed Shakur:
To ensure a favorable and effective response, please contact us at least 4 days before the intended visit.
The relevant personnel will examine your request and reply within 48 hours (not including weekends).
Accessibility – general
Visitors in wheelchairs
1) The Center’s premises are on a flat plane
2) The workshop room is accessible via an elevator
3) The Theater: Row 1 is accessible to wheelchairs
4) The Blackout Restaurant: Visitors may enter in manual wheelchairs. Electric wheelchairs are permitted only if they can be switched off and have no devices that emit or reflect light. If needed, we can provide manual wheelchairs following notice at least 48 hours prior to the visit.
* Please contact us via phone or email at least 48 hours before arrival to arrange for suitable parking and entry.
Deaf and hearing-impaired visitors
1) Not by Bread Alone – The show is performed in Sign Language. Personal amplifiers and FM headphones are available.
2) Deaf Talk – The show is performed in Sign Language. Personal amplifiers and FM headphones are available.
3) Say ‘Orange’ – The show is performed in Sign Language and accompanied by subtitles. Personal amplifiers and FM headphones are available.
4) Children of a Lesser God – Most of the show includes Sign Language and the entire show is accompanied by subtitles. Personal amplifiers and FM headphones are available.
5) When the Apple Falls – Some parts of the show include Sign Language, and the entire show is accompanied by subtitles. Personal amplifiers and FM headphones are available.
All services are provided by deaf/hearing-impaired personnel who communicate in Sign Language.
Workshops (in the Workshop Room):
A Sign Language translator is present at all workshops.
The Blackout Restaurant is completely dark. Visitors may be accompanied by a translator.
Blind and visually impaired visitors
Image descriptions are available for the following shows: Not by Bread Alone, Say ‘Orange’, When the Apple Falls, and Children of a Lesser God. The number of headsets is limited.
Navigation stripes on the floors help visually impaired individuals find their way. When needed, the staff is also ready to assist.
All workshops, whether conducted in darkness or in the light, are made accessible through speech.
A waiter leads guests into the restaurant. Braille menus are available, and a supervisor is always there to help.