AG Healey and NFB Announce Agreement to Make Health Care Kiosks Accessible to Blind Consumers

AG Healey and National Federation of the Blind Announce Agreement to Make Health Care Kiosks Accessible to Blind Consumers Press ReleaseAnnouncement Marks 26th Anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act

On the 26th anniversary of the passage of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), Attorney General Maura Healey (Massachusetts) and the National Federation of the Blind (NFB) announced a first-­of-its-­kind agreement with Pursuant Health, Inc. to make its self­-service health care kiosks accessible to blind consumers.

The agreement reached with Pursuant Health, an Atlanta­-based company that manufactures and operates thousands of self-service health care kiosks in retail stores nationwide, provides meaningful benefits to individuals nationwide who are blind or who have low vision, including 27,000 Massachusetts residents who are legally blind.

Dan Goldstein represented the NFB.

AG Maura Healey’s Press Release