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How to Catapult Yourself To Build A More Unified Disability Community

How to Catapult Yourself To Build A More Unified Disability Community

A few weeks ago, I started a blog post about how you can empower employees with hidden disabilities. I mind-mapped how I would dive deeper into the topic and write more specific posts. I was excited about it. read more »

8 Incredibly Smart Types Of Certified Assistance Dogs (Plus Two Rookies)

8 Incredibly Smart Types Of Certified Assistance Dogs (Plus Two Rookies)

Imagine walking into your local bakery on a snowflake Sunday morning. You hear the tinkling sound of the shop bell, the door swooshing open, and the fragrant crusty smell of freshly baked bread covering you... read more »

Struggling to Connect with Your Neurodiverse Students? Focus on These 3 Strategies, says Neurodiversity Expert Chezzy Kennedy

Struggling to Connect with Your Neurodiverse Students? Focus on These 3 Strategies, says Neurodiversity Expert Chezzy Kennedy

With a deep sigh, you enter the classroom. Another Monday. Another explosive class to survive. You’re afraid of kids with earsplitting voices and disarming energy. While sipping your coffee, you... read more »

How to Design Accessible Toilets For Blind People (And Create a Brand That Builds Trust)

How to Design Accessible Toilets For Blind People (And Create a Brand That Builds Trust)

In this disability-exclusive world do you ever wonder why businesses would care about accessible toilets for blind people?I have. I didn’t understand why businesses would think about accessible toilets when the world is packed with... read more »

The Alarming Truth About Childhood Dementia (And What You Can Do)

The Alarming Truth About Childhood Dementia (And What You Can Do)

Maybe it’s happened to you. You drink your coffee in the morning and watch your beautiful daughter eating breakfast. You admire her, and laugh at the tower of blueberry pancakes... read more »

3 Simple Accessibility Tips to Make Your LinkedIn Content Inclusive

3 Simple Accessibility Tips to Make Your LinkedIn Content Inclusive

Have you ever wondered how to write accessible LinkedIn content?In this blog post, I'll share 3 simple tips that will help you create accessible social media content that engages and delights disabled people and makes you a trusted disability-inclusive... read more »

3 Simple Ways to Test Your Social Media Content for Accessibility (and Make Disabled People Appreciate You Even More)

3 Simple Ways to Test Your Social Media Content for Accessibility (and Make Disabled People Appreciate You Even More)

Lilly jumps up with a smile and hands to her face, there's a lightbulb above her head. read more »

No Accessibility In Your Business Culture? Focus on Inclusion Instead, Say These 3 Global Disability Experts

No Accessibility In Your Business Culture? Focus on Inclusion Instead, Say These 3 Global Disability Experts

It's not your fault. You’ve worked hard to create a culture of accessibility in your business.  You’ve built an accessible and usable website. Provided designated parking spaces, and accessible toilets. read more »

An Open Letter to Anyone Who Thinks Their Disability is a Cause for Inaccessibility

An Open Letter to Anyone Who Thinks Their Disability is a Cause for Inaccessibility

When you see non-disabled people move around a city, what do you think?Do you want to move around like them?  Do you feel embarrassed by the way you use your cane? Do you feel disheartened... read more »

How to Say Goodbye to Your Extraordinary Guide Dog (+ 3 Self-Care Tips)

How to Say Goodbye to Your Extraordinary Guide Dog (+ 3 Self-Care Tips)

You look at your harness, the disused leash, the empty dog bed. And, you think back to the first time you met. The countless demanding routes you practiced. The hundreds of public awareness... read more »

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