[nfb-talk] Bingo and Americans with Disabilities Act?

Judy Jones sonshines59 at gmail.com
Mon Jan 7 03:24:01 UTC 2019

Easy fix would be to purchase a braille bingo card and bring it with.  This is, if they are using the standard bingo cards.


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This might depend on what kind of facility this 
is happening at.  The ADA only applies to "public 
places" so if it is a church, or private club, it might not apply.


At 06:09 PM 1/6/2019, you wrote:
>Hi all! I have a blind friend who regularly 
>attends places that play Bingo. She is not 
>offered braille Bingo cards and when she does 
>play, she requires sited assistance to 
>partisapate. She has asked me to look more into 
>these places. Does the Americans with 
>Disabilities Act cover Bingo places? How can she 
>navigate these places as a blind Bingo player? 
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>Mail! Blessed be!!! Kendra Schaber, Chemeketa 
>Community College, 350 Org, Citizen’s Climate 
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