Singapore is taking inclusion and universal design seriously. Universal design features are written into their building code and it would seem that other areas are taking notice. Universal Studios on Sentosa Island has published an accessibility brochure for all the rides. The level of capability required for each ride is carefully and comprehensively explained. For example, the Madagascar Beach Party Go Round has this information:
“To ride, you should be able to independently maintain yourself in an upright position while seated throughout the duration of the ride”.
For people using wheelchairs they advise, “This attraction has a chariout vehicle specifically designed to allow a guest to remain in a standard wheelchair throughout the ride.”
There is also information for people with service animals, heart conditions, children, and pregnant women. A good practice example for anyone devising a similar brochure.