Far from viewing digital accessibility as an onerous burden and “ruinous obligation,” in a post-pandemic world, organizations need to embrace the irrefutable boost to their bottom line that comes with having accessible digital products.
God love them, they tried. When a group of Irish media personalities announced they would be spending a day in a wheelchair to raise money for charity, they offered well-meaning caveats that they knew they couldn’t truly represent life as a wheelchair user.
Modern disability culture is old enough now that we can easily see significant shifts, from the practices, assumptions, and approaches of the 1960s and ‘70s, to those of disabled people in the second decade of the 21st Century.
An estimated 10% of the population has dyslexia. Thatâs 32.9 million Americans and 764 million people worldwide. Researchers suggest the numbers could actually be much higher, many people simply goâ¦
The long-awaited return of live events is here, but does its arrival offer an opportunity to rebuild the industry for the better? As part of The Drum’s Experiential Deep Dive, experts weigh in on how events can become more inclusive for people with disabilities – ending social isolation for everyone, once and for all.
Dementia can bring a lot of changes to a person’s life. Working on a goal can have a positive impact, providing a focus and making a person feel more confident and in control. My Life, My Goals is a self-help guide created for people in the early stages of dementia by people with dementia and researchers.