You’re a business owner and you want to provide good customer service. For your customers with disabilities, a simple bell is a great tool.
Big Desire, Limited Resources
What if your customer needs help to get into the door of your business? Whether you run a restaurant, a store, a doctor’s office or a bank – any business – you know that if a customer with a disability or an elderly person needed assistance getting through your front door, you would gladly help. But watching over that door all day is something your small business just doesn’t have the manpower to do.
A Win-Win Solution
So, what if you could be easily alerted when help is needed at the door to your business? Inclusion Solutions developed the BigBell to help your customers with disabilities, and anyone else who wants assistance, get the help they need at the front door. It’s simple. A large, inexpensive wireless doorbell can be easily installed within minutes at your front door. A small, wireless receiver lights up and rings inside when the BigBell is pushed to alert staff that a person needing extra help is at the front door. (see it in action above). The bell is large enough for anyone with a mobility challenge to use. That includes parents with strollers and even your friendly delivery person who’s carrying a stack of boxes.
Disability equals Diversity
Inclusion Solutions recently teamed up with us to add the JJ’s List disability awareness logo to the BigBell. Now, when a business installs a BigBell, it can carry the JJ’s List credential to let the growing population of socially conscious customers know that disability awareness is part of its diversity efforts in the community.
Avoid The Disability Dance
Using the BigBell can help your staff avoid that awkward disability dance of ’Should I or should I not offer assistance to a person with a disability? Will I offend or will it be appreciated?’ That’s because, a customer who has rung your BigBell has already indicated the need for assistance, so it’s easy to offer further assistance inside.
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