Disability-Serving Website Features Virtual Tours for Accessibility Awareness
Able Eyes, a disability-serving website, allows people with disabilities digital access to locations to navigate accessibility before arrival.
Create an Accessible Workspace with these Disability-Friendly Pieces
Do you have the adaptive equipment and tools you need to be successful in the workplace?
You're Invited to Celebrate ADA 29th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act
Event and resources to mark the anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
4 Technology Devices Empowering People with Disabilities
Assistive technology can be a life changer!
People With Disabilities Are Entitled to a Free Access Pass to National Parks
The Access Pass is a FREE pass available to United States citizens or permanent residents, regardless of age, that have a permanent disability.
20 Exceptional Mother’s Day Gifts for Moms with and without Disabilities
While mothers deserve to be praised every day, Mother’s Day, of course, lends itself to the occasion. Here are Mother’s Day gift ideas for exceptional mothers with and without disabilities...
Rolling Through Paralysis with Innovative Technology
Have you ever imagined a lightweight device with the ability to make a paraplegic stand upright, move through doors with ease, and come to him or her at the touch of a button?
Understanding Your Voting Rights as a Person with a Disability
The disability community is a powerful voting block. During the 2016 election, voters with disabilities comprised approximately one sixth (16.67%) of eligible voters, totaling 35.4 million people.
Exercise and Disability: Resources for Accessible Gym Equipment
Exercise is an important part of everyonone's health and well-being. Here are some resources for accessible gyms and home equipment.
Creating Accessible Backyards & Outdoor Living Spaces
Time spent outdoors enhances self-esteem and mood, improves cognitive function and memory-related abilities, and increases attention spans among children with autism spectrum disorder, to name a few ...
Tiny Homes Can Offer Big Accessibility Options for Seniors and Disabled
One may assume that tiny homes are ill suited for individuals with disabilities, more specifically those with physical limitations or wheelchairs. However, though customization, that’s not the case.
Jason DaSilva: A Filmmaker, App Creator and Loving Father
A person is not defined by what they look like or how they speak but by their unique thoughts, perspectives, and vision unseen by others.
Temporary Ramps to the Rescue: Storefronts Made Accessible Thanks to StopGap Foundation
Luke Anderson, a civil engineer and the co-founder of the StopGap Foundation, a non-profit bringing accessibility to the world.
Home Designer Gives Green Light to Accessible Blueprints
Susan P. Berry is an architectural consultant offering frameworks for both residential and commercial construction with an emphasis on accessibility.