I really appreciate when a business is open to learning how to make their workshops and programming accessible to Deaf, DeafBlind and hard of hearing people. When I signed up for a class, 501 Commons didn't know about their legal obligations to provide an interpreter, but with only a little guidance, they were on board and made everything happen with ease. They hired qualified interpreters from a reputable ASL interpreting agency, they reserved seats for us Deaf and DeafBlind participants as well as modified the lighting a little to make sure we could see better. THANK YOU Bridgette and 501 Commons for allowing us equal access to your programming!!