The business voice of the LGBT community, formerly known as the National Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce, has announced that the organization will formally shorten its name to its acronym “NGLCC” and be known as the, “National LGBT Chamber of Commerce.” Continue reading NGLCC Renamed “National LGBT Chamber of Commerce”, Reaffirms Mission as Business Voice of the LGBT Community
Mikayla Holmgren made history on Sunday as the first young woman with Down syndrome to compete in a Miss USA state pageant.
Continue reading Woman with Down Syndrome is 1st to Compete in Miss USA State Pageant
A 1974 invention is getting a very inclusive makeover.
Reddit user, Notafakeinterpreter, who is a graduate student from the University of Massachusetts had an interesting assignment for her Intro to Vision Rehab Therapy class. She was assigned to create an adapted recreational game for someone who is blind. In a flash of inspiration, she created a Rubik’s Cube with tactile inputs so people with limited vision could still use it. Continue reading Grad student created an amazing Rubik’s Cube prototype for the blind
This tech designer’s new app is a video game for individuals with cognitive needs
When 30-year-old app designer Nadia Hamilton was growing up, she noticed that her younger brother Troy, who was and is living with autism, needed support in completing everyday tasks. Brushing teeth and getting dressed were especially difficult. Continue reading Nadia Hamilton was inspired to launch MagnusCards by her brother with autism
By Kenton Clarke
Founder & Social Entrepreneur | Omnikal
A Unified Sound Develops a Lasting Memory
The topic on many corporate minds today and conversations inside corporate teams is one of brand reputation and brand rescue. The most recent examples of message confusion, message delusion and brand salvage have been seen in the form of national ad campaigns, employee communication and corporate leaders’ far-reaching statements. Diversity and Inclusion. These two words are the running theme for the examples mentioned. Continue reading One Band One Sound – A Musical Path to Secure Your Brand’s Reputation
Braille Institute Los Angeles celebrates the holiday season by showcasing the artistic talents of its students at the annual Creative Visions Holiday Boutique. The five-day holiday boutique runs Monday, Dec. 4 through Friday, Dec. 8, 2017 from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at 741 N. Vermont Ave, Los Angeles, CA 90029.
Continue reading Braille Institute Los Angeles Celebrates Holiday Season with Student Arts and Crafts Fair
Toyota Mobility Foundation, a charity set up by Toyota in 2014 to help bring about “a truly mobile society,” has launched a $4 million competition to encourage the development of new smart mobility technology to support the lives of people with lower-limb paralysis. Continue reading Toyota Mobility Foundation launches $4M prize for mobility tech targeting lower-limb paralysis
“Why doesn’t the company call me back?” or “I feel like I have no power; all I can do is wait for an answer,” or “Can’t I do anything to make the employer say yes?” These are common complaints from individuals who express frustration following a job interview.
Continue reading 10 Post Interview Follow-Up Questions
The loud, overstimulating atmosphere inside an arena can be physically painful for people with sensory-processing issues. That shouldn’t keep them from enjoying the game. At the Q in Cleveland, some new changes are helping. Continue reading Redesigning Sports Arenas To Make Them More Accessible To Fans With Autism