Deafness is considered an invisible disability.
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Should We Say “Hybridization” or “Inclusion” Regarding People with Disabilities? | Interview of Gabrielle Halpern, Doctor of Philosophy
“Inclusion” actually means imprisonment. Used regarding people with disabilities, the word implies that we as a society grant them a place and that they should be content with it.
You’re not sure to know how to behave around a person with disabilities? Here are 7 tips that work every time!
Artificial Intelligence and Accessibility: Examples of a Technology that Serves People with Disabilities
Artificial intelligence can truly revolutionize accessibility for people with disabilities in various fields. It proves to be life changing!
Blindness, Low Vision, What Are the Different Forms of Visual Disability? Approximately 12 million American people are affected by a visual disability and no less than 253 million people in the world. Who are they? What are their needs? How can we facilitate...
How Can Multimodal Transit Centers Be Accessible for People with Disabilities?Multimodal transit centers turn out to be major nodes of transportation in large cities that aim at improving transport efficiency. They can easily connect together different means of...
Blind and Visually Impaired Pedestrians: What Are Their Difficulties When Crossing the Street? Blind and visually impaired pedestrians can face many obstacles and challenges when they navigate the streets, especially for crossing them. Abled pedestrians cross...
What You Need to Do to Ensure Accessibility for Deaf People at Public VenuesIf your venue welcomes and receives people then accessibility for deaf people isn’t something to take lightly! How can your venue be accessible to the hearing impaired? What do you need to...
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