With Halloween fast approaching, some major retailers are dramatically expanding the costume choices for kids and adults with disabilities.
When a snowboarding accident resulting in a spinal injury sidelined him from his beloved outdoor pursuits, Christian Bagg was determined to climb back up the mountain.
By Sarah Botterill
Due to COVID-19, many people are now working from home. It’s a challenge for everyone but can present additional barriers if you have a disability or a long-term health condition. Employers and employees need to collaborate. Homeworking is often more inclusive if you consider everyone’s needs.
Biochemistry senior Alejandra Lopez- Diaz hasn’t wasted much time during her past three years at the New Jersey Institute of Technology. Outside of class, she’s spent most of her free hours inside the university’s labs researching an aspect of time itself—our circadian clock, or the internal biological clock that helps take us through various phases of the day from morning to night.
By Kellie Speed
When Jeff and Maura Brodeur received the devastating call that would change their life forever— that their only son had been critically injured in Iraq and may not make it—they never could have imagined how far he would come today.Continue reading Wounded Army Corporal Inspires Boston’s Wounded Vet Run
Sixteen-year-old Charles Kolin is spearheading the effort to create a formal resolution by Congress to support Unity Day, celebrated each year in late October (this year on Wednesday, October 23) to honor and recognize the annual anti-bullying prevention day formally on a national level.
The Consumer Technology Association has awarded American Printing House (APH) with a highly coveted Best of Innovation award in the Accessibility category for its Code Jumper, an inclusive product that allows children who are blind or visually impaired to learn computer coding alongside their sighted peers.
The most recent episode of the Partnership on Employment and Accessible Technology (PEAT)’s Future of Work podcast features Josh Christianson, Co-Director of PEAT, as he highlights predictions made by Future of Work podcast guests regarding anticipated changes resulting from emerging technology and the impact on the workplace and workforce of our future.
The following post originally appeared on The Fem Word, a global platform broadcasting stories of bold women in creative spaces.
Two best friends given a 2% survival rate at birth beat the odds and graduated from their school in Tyler, Texas, last Thursday.