"The Orioles are honored to host Celebrate ADA Day on the 28th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act. This milestone event in American history has helped to expand opportunities for people with disabilities throughout the nation," said GREG BADER, Orioles Vice President of Communications and Marketing. "The Orioles are proud to recognize this historic event assuring civil rights for everyone with disabilities. We strive to create a ballpark experience that welcomes all fans, and our club will continue to expand upon the ways in which all individuals can enjoy the magic of Orioles Baseball at historic Camden Yards."
The Orioles offer a variety of gameday services and amenities for fans with physical and intellectual disabilities. At each game, assistive listening devices are available at the Fan Assistance Centers behind home plate on the Lower Level Concourse and on the first floor of the Warehouse. Additionally, ballpark announcements are captioned on Oriole Park scoreboards; nearly 400 equal access seats are available throughout the ballpark, as well as ample on-site, accessible parking; and service animals are permitted into Oriole Park.