AP Podcast – Episode 177: Kathryn Woodcock talks about human factors, accessibility and not making assumptions
Dr. Kathryn Woodcock is a professor at Ryerson University and was named to Blooloop’s 50 Theme Park Influencer List 2020. Her work and research on human factors engineering is a […]
AP Podcast – Episode 112: Meredith Tekin talks about best practices for serving a diverse audience and why saying you are autism-friendly just isn’t enough.
Meredith Tekin is President of IBCCES, the International Board of Credentialing and Continuing Education Standards. Among other services, they provide a certification program for facilities who want to do everything […]
AP Podcast – Episode 77: Bob McCullough talks about building the first ultra accessible theme park
Morgan’s Wonderland in San Antonio, TX is the world’s first ultra-accessible theme park, with every attraction, store, activity and food location designed and built from the ground up to maximize […]
AP Podcast – Episode 19: Erik Beard talks about ADA, Safety Training and Paddlewheel Excursion jokes!
Erik Beard, attractions operations alum turned lawyer talks us through the finer points of the Americans with Disabilities Act, proper and proactive guest service and safety training measures to keep […]