Definition of visitability in English:


Syllabification: vis·it·a·bil·i·ty
Pronunciation: /ˌvizidəˈbilədē


A measure of a place’s ease of access for people with disabilities: we endeavor to create a community that is not only accessible, but is also a model of visitability
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  • If you have the opportunity, consider sharing why housing visitability is important to you personally
  • Altaffer is involved in an advocacy effort to ensure that a visitability ordinance will be enacted in Tucson.
  • The visitability ordinance was introduced by a councilwoman whose daughter uses a wheelchair.

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