You can get reasonable accommodations for recreation and leisure activities. But, you must first meet the “essential eligibility” requirements of the activity. This means that with the accommodation, you could participate in and benefit from the activity like people without disabilities can. Reasonable accommodations for recreation or leisure activities include:
- Changes in policies
- Extra staff
- A sign language interpreter or other aids if you are deaf or hard of hearing
- Braille or large print documents if you are blind or have vision problems
- Adapted equipment
The organizer or sponsor of the activity must provide the accommodations you need, unless they would be too expensive, too hard, or would change the “fundamental nature” of the activity. The activity organizer cannot charge you more for your activity because you need an accommodation.