Menus4ALL provides dining solutions for visually impaired patrons

By Published: July 20, 2019 4:00 AM CT
<strong>Christopher Darling, general manager of Celtic Crossing, sits with Helen Fernety, CEO and founder of Menus4ALL, on the patio of Celtic Crossing. The restaurant is one of the venues in Memphis that has adopted a menu that helps visually impaired individuals navigate food and drink items.</strong>&nbsp;(Houston Cofield/Special to the Daily Memphian)

Christopher Darling, general manager of Celtic Crossing, sits with Helen Fernety, CEO and founder of Menus4ALL, on the patio of Celtic Crossing. The restaurant is one of the venues in Memphis that has adopted a menu that helps visually impaired individuals navigate food and drink items. (Houston Cofield/Special to the Daily Memphian)

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Menus4ALL Helen Fernety Celtic Crossing
Christin Yates

Christin Yates

Christin Yates is a native Memphian who has worked in PR and copywriting for a decade. She earned her B.S. in public relations and M.S. in mass communications from Murray State University.


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