Deafness is considered an invisible disability.
Learn more about hard-of-hearing people and deaf people and get it over with clichés about hearing impairment.
Technological breakthroughs can do miracles. For the 466 million people worldwide having disabling hearing loss (WHO), smartphones have become an essential tool to facilitate social interaction due to speech perception.
Public Transport Information Accessibility: 5 Solutions for Deaf and Hard of Hearing Users "Due to an accident on the track, the metro will be...
You don’t know sign language and you sometimes welcome deaf or hard of hearing people? Don’t panic! This article is made for you.
What Accessibility Solutions for Different Types of Physical Disabilities? Usually, when we think about physical disabilities, we visualize a wheelchair pictogram related to wheelchair users. But physical disabilities also concern people with reduced mobility...
The Montreal Metro on the Way to Universal AccessibilityWith 1.36 million passengers per day, the Montreal metro is the first network in Canada and the third in North America behind New York City and Mexico City. The network, which was inaugurated on October 14, 1966...
Creating an Accessible and Barrier-Free Society through Inclusive Design: a Constant Renewal Inclusive design has a major role in enhancing accessibility. Though both concepts don’t exactly encompass the same ideas, they are undeniably linked together because of...
Invisible Disabilities: 80% of Disabled People Are Concerned! Having a disability = using a wheelchair. That’s one persisting cliché! Actually, only 2% of people with disabilities are wheelchair users but 80% have invisible disabilities! What we mean by “invisible...
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