Disabilities

6 myths about making your website accessible to people with disabilities

Friday, July 26, marks the 29th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). When it was signed into law in 1990, no one anticipated the important role the internet would play in peoples’ lives in the 21st century. “Web accessibility” is a term that means ensuring equal access to all content, transactions and merchandise …

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User1st Launches uTester Developer Plugin for Google Chrome that Identifies Inaccessible Web Content for People with Disabilities

“uTester Developer Plugin is an easy-to-use tool for developers and site administrators and their QA, DevOps and product teams that seamlessly integrates their work with testing for web accessibility, without needing to become an expert.” – Matt Triner, chief product officer at User1st WASHINGTON (PRWEB) July 11, 2019 User1st, the provider of the most …

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4 key tips for reporting on and writing about people with disabilities

More than 1 in 4 people living in the United States has a mental or physical disability, according to a 2018 report from the Census Bureau, which collected the data in 2014. Media reports, however, hardly reflect the fact that 27.2% — or 85.3 million people — nationwide are living with disabilities. Stories about people …

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Tips for Connecting With Constituents and Community Members with Disabilities — Queens Daily Eagle

Our nation was founded on the principle that anyone who works hard should be able to get ahead in life. People with disabilities deserve equal opportunity to earn an income and achieve independence just like anyone else. People with disabilities bring unique characteristics and talents to the workplaces. They can work in hospitals and hotels …

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RespectAbility: 8 Tips for Newly Elected Officials on How to Connect with Constituents with Disabilities

8 Tips for Newly Elected Officials on How to Connect with Constituents with DisabilitiesBy Lauren Appelbaum and Hon. Steve Bartlett Washington, D.C., Feb. 7 – As newly elected officials begin their service, it is important that America’s largest minority group are included in policy discussions in a meaningful way. Thus, RespectAbility put together an easy guide …

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Blogging About the Americans With Disabilities Amendments Act

No matter your type of business, chances are the Americans with Disabilities Amendments Act applies to your building, employees, and visitors. While this is something that many corporations and businesses know about, it’s mostly something is focused on in the human resources area. Today, as a blogging platform, we wanted to shed some light on …

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How to Manage “Disabilities” in Your Small Business — With Peter Shankman

The word “disability” tends to have a negative connotation. But in the business world, things that some people would consider to be a disability can actually offer great benefits. The most recent episode of “Hot Seat,” a series hosted by Ramon Ray, focused on the topic of “disabilities” and how different ways of thinking can …

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