It’s important to know that reasonable workplace accommodations for people with disabilities is possible without a huge budget. Continue Reading Inclusion Works: Employing People with Disabilities
Hearing loss is a common condition affecting older adults. The Internet consists of video and multimedia, making it difficult for the hearing impaired. Continue Reading Web Accessibility Effecting Aging Adults with Hearing Loss
MS is a degenerative, inflammatory immune illness which affects more than 2.3 million people worldwide. Websites have not been developed with MS users in mind. Continue Reading Toni’s Story: IT Accessibility and Living with Multiple Sclerosis
Dr. Walker legacy lives on through the lives she enhanced, services she augmented, legislation passed, authored articles, and groups she founded. Continue Reading Sylvia Walker: A Champion for Disability Rights
This 2 pound new technology display device has the mechanical pins popping up and down like older refreshable Braille display devices, but it also allows me to do word processing, get on the internet wirelessly or through Bluetooth, and connect to a smart phone to get texts. It stores information on either an internal flash drive or a SD card. Plus, it has specific aps for things like facebook or software for reading the Bible.
Working with a motor skill-related disability is not as difficult as it may seem with the assistive technology tools that I use. Continue Reading National Disability Employment Awareness Month: Making It Work – How I Do My Job With A Motor Skill Disability
Written By Guest Blogger Nina, WeCoLead Certified Test Consultant As a working individual living with a sight-related disability, I’ve encountered a variety of challenges at the workplace. Fortunately, with the help of modern and assistive technology, those challenges have become fewer and far between. I rely heavily on assistive technology screen reader programs JAWS(Job Access… Continue Reading National Disability Employment Awareness Month: Making It Work – How I Do My Job Living with My Disability