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Tarryn Tomlinson developed rheumatoid arthritis at the age of 18 and within a year and a half, she needed to use a wheelchair. It was then that she noticed how public spaces were not geared towards the disabled.

Now as an accessibility consultant, Tomlinson uses her expertise to help hotels and restaurants ensure that their establishments meet international standards.

Tarryn spoke with Tracey Lange about some of the work she does within the hospitality industry.

I discovered first hand what it was like, going from someone who was fully able to then finding myself in a world that is by large not equipped for people like me.

- Tarryn Tomlinson, Accessibility and inclusion Auditor

It's something as small as a step, it's what you don't realise when you are fully-abled.

- Tarryn Tomlinson, Accessibility and inclusion Auditor

Listen to the full interview below

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