I’m sometimes ridiculed, in a nice way of course, regarding how I write and the words I use. Comments I… Read more about Is your message getting across?
My 89-year-old aunt has an iPad. My 91-year-old uncle uses a desktop computer. Email on those devices kept them in… Read more about Will you be using an iPad at 96?
1. Hire someone with a disability. There are close to half a million job-ready Canadians with disabilities, almost half of… Read more about Twelve steps to a more inclusive and profitable 2018
I work in the intersection of employment and disability, which gives me an opportunity to engage with diverse thinkers. This… Read more about The opposite of inclusion is not exclusion
SenseAbility’s goals in designing its new website were to make it visually appealing, simple to maintain and as accessible as… Read more about Journey towards building an accessible website
Often, it’s assumed that event participants won’t have accessibility requirements unless a disability is visible. However, most disabilities are invisible.… Read more about Planning accessible events
When you hear the word “accommodation”, do you immediately think of disability? You shouldn’t. Accommodations occur in the workplace every… Read more about Accommodations happen every day
We can all benefit from pertinent verbal descriptions of presentation slides and visual meeting information. Here’s why. Have you ever… Read more about Effective communication