"Universal design is a design process that enables and empowers a diverse population by improving human performance, health and wellness, and social participation."
- Edward Steinfeld and Jordana Maisel
"Universal Design goes beyond the minimum ADA standards to make life easier, healthier, and friendlier."
- IDEA Center
Read more on universal design here.
Our goal at Happy Brew is to go beyond the minimum ADA standards. We want to create an inclusive space that is built for our diverse community to enjoy including wheelchair users, older adults, people who are deaf, blind, children, and many others! By creating a safe space we hope to promote social interaction and community building.
We have developed plans by listening to those in our community and consulting experts. However, we still believe the best ideas come from you. If there are ideas or changes you would like to see, please fill out this survey to share how we can do our best to make sure you and your loved ones always feel comfortable at Happy Brew.
Current plans include:
Ample wheelchair-accessible parking
No-step entry with wide, automatic doors
Tables of different heights
A quiet room to escape the noise
Sensory corner with headphones and soothing activities
Braille and Large print menus with high contrast writing
Adult sized changing tables in bathrooms
A staff trained to accommodate your individualized needs
Take our virtual tour below!