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Apple seeks to ‘take disability out of the equation’

by Ben Fox Rubin for CNet These kinds of new features have the potential to change lives for the better, helping those with disabilities do more for themselves independently or save much more time completing tasks able-bodied folks might take for granted. Although... Continue Reading 

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Accessibility, Autism, General awareness

Need a vacation idea? Sesame Place Is Now the World’s First Autism-Certified Theme Park

Sesame Place Is Now the World’s First Autism-Certified Theme Park via @PureWow What exactly does that mean? For starters, at least 80 percent of the park staff will receive specialized training (in areas such as communication, motor skills and sensory and emotional... Continue Reading 

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Accessibility, Advocacy, General awareness

It makes good business sense to be accessible

via TennesseeWorks In this blog for British nonprofit Scope, children’s author and actress Cerrie Burnell discusses why it makes good business sense to be accessible, and the importance of representation of people with disabilities in the media. This is about us getting... Continue Reading 

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