National Accessible Scheme for Disabled Access

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Mobility Level 1 Mobility Level 1 (M1): Typically suitable for a person with sufficient mobility to climb a flight of steps but would benefit from fixtures and fittings to aid balance.
Mobility Level 2 Mobility Level 2 (M2): Typically suitable for a person with restricted walking ability and for those that may need to use a wheelchair some of the time and can negotiate a maximum of three steps.
Mobility Level 3 Independent Mobility Level 3 Independent (M3i): Typically suitable for a person who depends on the use of a wheelchair and transfers unaided to and from the wheelchair in a seated position. This person may be an independent traveller.
Mobility Level 3 Assisted Mobility Level 3 Assisted (M3a): Typically suitable for a person who depends on the use of a wheelchair in a seated position. This person also requires personal or mechanical assistance (e.g. carer, hoist).

Access Exceptional AssistedAccess Exceptional Independent

Access Exceptional (M3ae & M3ie): Provides for all levels of mobility impairment listed above with reference to the British Standard BS 8300:2001. Achieves the standards above for either independent wheelchair users or assisted wheelchair users and fulfils additional, more demanding requirements.
Visual 1 Visual 1 (V1): Typically provides key additional services and facilities to meet the needs of visually impaired guests.
Visual 2

Visual 2 (V2): Typically provides a higher level of additional services and facilities to meet the needs of guests with visual impairment.

Hearing 1 Hearing 1 (H1): Typically provides key additional services and facilities to meet the needs of guests with hearing impairment.
Hearing 2 Hearing 2 (H2): Typically provides a higher level of additional services and facilities to meet the needs of guests with hearing impairment