Many business owners focus on providing excellent customer service for certain customers, including both women and men. Sometimes they forget that men and women may be disabled. They need to be provided with the same customer service as someone who isn’t disabled. The disabled are a part of your customer base. If they leave, your sales will more than likely decrease. In order for a business owner to make sure they don’t leave anyone out, he or she needs to offer services that allow the disabled person to provide customer feedback.
Most deaf and mute individuals already have phones and computers that help them to communicate. You can ask them a series of questions and they will be able to talk into the phone or press a keypad to provide customer feedback. Another option is to send them an email to a link that they can go to in order to provide customer feedback to help solve their problems. This may be better for someone who is mute and want to let the business owner know in detail how they feel about the services they received.
You may find that one of your disabled clients may not be able to see. When this happens, you may want to contact them yourself or offer them the same option as someone who is not deaf. On the other hand, you may just have disabled clients who know how to do everything that a normal customer can, but still feel like they are being ignored. Listen to what they have to say, even if you’re unable to figure out what they’re trying to say. As a business owner, you have to learn how to be patient with your customers.