New website launched to help prospective diners determine restaurant accessibility

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University of Illinois professor Meghan Burke has a lot of experience in assessing restaurants for accessibility. Her son was diagnosed with cerebral palsy at two, and she also teaches classes on physical disabilities and assistive technology. With the help of her students, she has launched a website to help would-be patrons take the guesswork out of deciding where to go based on the space’s accessibility. The website, Access Urbana-Champaign, rates restaurants on their accessibility based on features like sufficient knee clearance under sinks and tables and alarms that can be heard as well as seen

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