Jan 27, 2022
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Technology should create opportunity for people with disabilities, not deny it, say Maria Town and Alexandra Reeve Givens.
Significant accommodations were offered once the pandemic started affecting the capitalist class.
The hashtag went viral following an interview with CDC director Dr. Rochelle Walensky.
The Asian Americans with Disabilities Initiative wants to provide the next generation of leaders with resources to help combat cultural stigma, anti-Asian racism and ableism.
The Taliban’s continued restrictions on human rights, lack of effective governance, and the ensuing economic collapse are threatening the human rights and wellbeing of people with disabilities in Afghanistan.
This column continues to look at the trend lines of the Disability Economy with an emphasis on the broader impact on Accessibility and redefining its very definition across the business, social, and cultural landscape.
Tracking The Trend Lines Of The Disability Economy And Its Meaning To The Business Landscape Of The…
This column is the first in a series to focus on the changing trend lines across the Disability Economy and its impact across various market segments from fashion to technology and beyond.
In this article, we break down 10 known and less known accessibility tips and tricks focused on marketers.
Sometimes, the accessibility needs of learners are obvious (e.g., vision or hearing impairment), but often people have more nuanced needs.
An accessible world is a better world for everyone.
Cerebral, which raised $300 million at a $4.8 billion valuation in December, ran more than 30 ads over the past few weeks showing a young woman surrounded by food and overeating.
People with disabilities in Salford, UK, can now experience stress-free visits to sports and leisure facilities, thanks to a new app called ‘WelcoMe’.
From easy-to-open moisturisers to clever makeup brushes, there is a range of products that suit people who have difficulties using their hands.
These useful devices can make raising children more manageable.
Technology is life-changing for people with disabilities and the aging.
If I ask one of my friends to watch a video closing his eyes and explain the info, naturally, he/she would ask “Are you out of mind”? I know it’s weird to do so. But every day people who are blind watch videos like that and it is not weird for them.
Twitch streamers have begun campaigning for a Disability Pride Month on the platform.
A YouTuber has created a 3D printed adapter for the PS5 DualSense controller that enables users to play games one-handed.
Stadia could become the best gaming service for accessibility.
Tennis Australia is focused on making the game as accessible as possible, rolling out an audio tool to help the blind and visually impaired get more from a match.
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"It's not what I planned, but it's my new reality."
In recent years, there is something that I have been noticing when it comes to my own parents. The more I try to grow my business and expand (which involves travel for in person services), the more they somewhat resist. This to me is a sign that no matter how old I get, the more they don’t want to let go of me to an extent.
The first time I worked in an office, I was the boss of a group of sceptical youngsters. They looked for my weak spots – then became my first full-sighted friends.