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Free Disability Inclusive Stuff

The resources I find nurturing

Let's face it it's hard to find products you can trust.

The free products I'm recommending below are products that sparkling disability-inclusive souls have created (one of them is my own, teeheee). They're products I've tested, and used myself.

You'll find these to be trustworthy resources and as I get more time, I will add more. This is a determined action on my part so you can get to know these amazing people giving their all to support the often-forgotten disability community.


Warm wishes from sunny Basel.
Lia

PS Yes, the links are mostly affiliate-free. If there's an affiliate link, you'll find a little note letting you know about it.

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How to Speak to A Disabled Person With Confidence

How To Speak To A Disabled Person With Confidence

Would you like to learn how to talk to a disabled person with confidence?

In this complete, step-by-step guide, I’ll share tips to help you talk about disability with confidence so you can connect with disabled people.

You’ll also learn the secret to unlocking empathy, creating life-changing relationships, and motivating people to see disabled people with an open heart; for who they truly are.

Find out how you can speak to a disabled person with confidence

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Free "Social Media Accessibility Checklist"

Social Media Accessibility Checklist

You may even feel intimidated by Camel Case hashtags, accessible links, and test-running for accessibility.

But remember, accessibility is an ongoing process.

Armed with this checklist and a burning desire to squeeze every accessibility tweak out of your social media content, — you’ll be well on your way to strengthening your brand identity, building brand trust, and maximizing marketing potential with the disabled community.

Find out how you can create accessible social media.

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How to Create Accessible Social Media Content

How To Create Accessible Social Media

Ever wished your social media content was truly accessible?

Accessible content used to be a petrifying task for me. But in the past 9 months, I’ve learned it doesn't have to be so hard.

How To Create Accessible Social Media Content guidebook gives you expert strategies to create more engaging and delightful social media content that’s inclusive for everyone.

Find out how you can create accessible social media.

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Accessible Social

This is a free resource and education hub sharing the best practices for creating accessible and inclusive social media content. It even has an Experts Directory, listed with experts, speakers, trainers, and presenters who primarily specialize in subjects related to accessibility and disability.

Find out more about Accessible Social.

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Sekond Skin Society

The fitness community for everybody and every body. Including a subsidized membership application so the ability to pay can also be accessible for everyone. And a scholarship for disabled people to become certified fitness instructors and be hired as part of our diverse instructor community.

Find out more about Sekond Skin Society

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