Drunkenness or Disability? Bartenders Want To Know
When a man with cerebral palsy ordered a beer last year, the bar manager wouldn’t serve him. Why? The manager claimed he couldn’t tell whether the customer’s motor and speech impairments were the result of his disability or just sheer drunkenness. Now, bar and restaurant owners in Concord, N.H. want to meet with people with disabilities in an effort to develop guidelines to help servers distinguish between symptoms of disabilities and intoxication, reports the Concord Monitor. To read more click here.