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Why Should Small Businesses Care About Accessibility?

One in five Americans reports living with a disability. Still, covered entities are often uninterested or unaware...

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As stated by the Ninth Circuit Court of Northern California in Molski v. Evergreen Dynasty, “for the Americans...
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It’s no secret that the fashion industry has long neglected the clothing needs of people with disabilities, and...
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Title II of the Americans with Disabilities Act enforces the standards requiring public transportation systems to...
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The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) prohibits discrimination on the basis of disability. Individuals must be...
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Braille is a tactile letter alphabet used by people with Blindness or vision difficulties that prevent visual...
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Many customer-facing employees of public, city, or state-run organizations have, at one time or another, faced an...
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Law enforcement officers who want to serve people with disabilities (PwD) can do so by learning about how to...
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The role of government is to keep citizens safe and provide essential services to ensure some type of quality of...
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One in ten children in the United States has a parent who has been diagnosed with a disability. Despite the...
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Do All Deaf People Use Sign Language?

When you encounter someone who is deaf or hard-of-hearing, your first instinct may be to use your hands to communicate. Maybe you’re fluent in...

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One in four U.S. adults – or 61 million Americans – has a disability. Each one of those is a potential employee,...
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In the past few years, autism has been in the media more than it ever has before. This is a very positive change —...
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A few decades ago, people who were diagnosed with a disability were pigeonholed into a category and often set on a...
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The term crip time is used by some disability theorists and advocates to describe disabled individuals’ unique...
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A while after I wrote my article about autism and masking, I was asked to pen the sequel you’re reading. It's...
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During the course of our lives, we all encounter challenges and hardships, sometimes severe. People with...
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One in four American adults lives with a disability. People with disabilities constitute the largest minority...
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All organizations face financial resource pressures at different times. Today’s challenges in particular make it...
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In 2021 it is estimated that over 61 million Americans live with a disability. As the country continues to improve...
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