Familiarize yourself with psychic disability, mental disorder and cognitive impairment still too little known that concern close to 450 million people in the world.
There are a lot of apps for people with intellectual disabilities to help them be organized and remain autonomous.
What You Need to Do to Ensure Accessibility for Customers with Intellectual Disabilities at Your Venue
Understanding what intellectual disabilities and what challenges people who have them face can help you provide them with the best possible experience.
What are the types of invisible disabilities? And how can you help people who have some be more comfortable at your venue?
Intellectual Disability, a Little Known and Multidimensional DisabilityIntellectual disability, sometimes called mental retardation, affects 1 to 3% of the global population, which represents approximately 6.5 million people in the United States. Who are they? What...
How Innovation Promises to Revolutionize Accessibility in the New York City Subway With more than 1.5 billion passengers per year, the New York City subway is one of the most used rapid transit systems in the Western world. And it’s also one of the oldest. It...
Accessibility Data Collection: a Huge Challenge for Cities and Transit NetworksIt has been around ten years since we massively adopted the use of GPS on our smartphones. But while this tool is extremely helpful for car journeys, it is much less efficient to calculate...
Hearing Impaired People: a Multitude of Profiles for Different Needs Did you know that hearing impaired people have several profiles and that the way they identify themselves is important? You may be familiar with deaf and hard of hearing people but for each of...
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