Web Accessibility benefits are accessibility for disabled people, good SEO, reduced legal risk, corporate social responsibility, and increased customer reach. Continue Reading Making A Business Case for Web Accessibility
As the public focus of NDEAM fades, I am left wondering why is it so difficult for people to see the possibilities and opportunities of including professionals living with disabilities in their workplaces, except for one month out of the year. Continue Reading Why is it hard? Including People with Disabilities in the Workplace
It takes little money, time and energy to staff people living with disabilities. Employers tend to make assumptions about disabled workers, based on erroneous information and misconceptions. Continue Reading Four Fallacies About Hiring Staff Who Live With Disabilities
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
This month, our bloggers from our staff and CTC team will share their experiences with job searching as a person with a disability, successfully doing their job despite their disability, hiring staff with disabilities and making reasonable accommodations, explaining how screen readers and magnification software works, developing for users living with sight related disabilities, and much more. Continue Reading National Disability Employment and Blindness Awareness Month: An Introduction
As someone who works with people living with disabilities, and also lives with a disability, I’ve been giving a lot of thought to what the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act means to the people I work with, and to me personally. Continue Reading Remembering What it Was Like Before the Americans with Disabilities Act
The classroom of pen, paper and chalkboard is transitioning to a digital classroom. Students with disabilities are struggling as educational institutions don’t have accessibility in mind.