Chargeback loves obsessive employees. The Utah-based company investigates and documents credit card disputes — every time someone claims a card was used without their permission — and so its analysts must be persistent and nitpicky, with a sharp eye for detail that not everyone has. Continue reading Why Microsoft, Chase and Others Are Hiring More People With Autism
South Korean company Dot has developed a smartwatch that only displays information in braille, and is calling it a world first. Continue reading Smartwatch for the visually impaired displays information in braille
When you watch a beauty pageant, there’s one thing you rarely see: a wheelchair. That’s why it was so refreshing to not only see one, but 24 of them on stage, competing in the first-ever Miss Wheelchair World held in Warsaw, Poland. Continue reading Women in Wheelchairs Had a Beauty Pageant to Change How We See Disability
According to a 2012 Census report, 56.7 million Americans have a disability. This figure translates to roughly 19 percent of the population – making people with disabilities the largest minority group in the country.
Continue reading Deaf Painter Discusses Being an Artist with a Disability
What life is like for the deaf and hard of hearing (HOH) has changed significantly in the past half century. Continue reading What Challenges Still Exist for the Deaf Community?
By Saba Salman
My youngest sister has a talent for baking, an ambition to see her artwork widely displayed, an infectious giggle and the learning disability fragile X syndrome. Continue reading Success stories: Book celebrates achievements of people with learning disabilities
Can your company earn the title of “Best Place to Work for Disability Inclusion”? Continue reading Register for the 2018 Disability Equality Index Now!
Tommy Hilfiger is making strides toward inclusivity in the most fashionable way possible.
A bride-to-be with cerebral palsy says she is determined to get out of her wheelchair to walk down the aisle when she marries the partner she met at her care home. Continue reading Bride with cerebral palsy says she will get out of her wheelchair and walk down the aisle
Implementing accessible technology in your workplace means buying accessible tech in the first place—a process that can sometimes mystify employers and IT purchasing staff who may be new to the world of accessibility. Continue reading Buy IT!: Your Guide for Purchasing Accessible Technology