From BBC Ouch: Training to use a guide dog isn’t always a walk in the park.

This is a great podcast discussing the pros and cons to owning a guide dog. It is a HUGE decision that should be made after much research and making sure a guide dog is a good fit for both you, your family/loved ones and the animal.

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Chris Lona of CL Design and Shellianne Redding of Low Vision Support Group

Blind Collaboration

Inclusive Web Accessibility (IWA) by CL Design eliminates these barriers (and more) for people and empowers organizations by tying ROI to aligning with multiple web accessibility regulations. IWA’s empowerment extends to anyone with visual, hearing, cognitive, visual, sensory-motor, dexterity, and/or physical impairments.

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Have you seen EmpowerPeopleOnline.com?

If not, just take 30 seconds to change your view of how accessible and straightforward a website can be for…

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Interactive Web Accessibility: The New and Improved Mousetrap?

Assistive technology (AT) already plays a significant role in my life. in I am extremely blessed to have my screen magnifier/reader. Without it, I would probably never touch a computer again. However, my relationship with screen readers is a love-hate relationship.

The screen reader’s voice sounds like a monotone robotic voice lacking inflection, emotion, pitch, or variations in the tone and rhythmical flow/pattern of the human voice.

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What I Learned from the 8-18-20 #AXSChat

This post is a long response to an #axschat that takes place weekly on twitter. In the weekly sessions, various…

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