The International Symbol of Access is a standard icon for building and parking access for people with disabilities.
Has this icon, by itself, gained acceptance as a standard icon for web accessibility? If not, is there a variant of it or another icon which is considered acceptable?
Most web accessibility initiatives are targeted toward improving the user experience for users with blindness, colorblindness, hearing impairments, learning difficulties, or inability to use a mouse. The International Symbol of Access depicts a person in a wheelchair, and the conditions I just listed are unrelated to being in a wheelchair.
I would like to know if user feedback has shown any icon as acceptable/canonical, or if (for example) users with colorblindness would be insulted at seeing a wheelchair icon on on my site.