Access Granted

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How To Be An Ally For People With Disabilities

Whether you are online or in the real world, here are some helpful tips on how to be a helpful ally for people with disabilities.

Web Accessibility as Businesses Shift with COVID-19

As we adapt to using the internet for more and more things due to protection put order for COVID-19, there is a need to ensure we are still able to accommodate the various abilities of all users.

Medication Assisted Treatment in Rocky Mountain Region Prisons

How the ADA applies to substance use disorders and the use of Medication Assisted Treatment in Rocky Mountain Region prisons.

“Social Distancing” - Another Meaning

The connection between the open social distancing that is due to the pandemic and the concealed social distancing that can hinder productive relationships between ‘able-bodied' persons and persons with disabilities.

The Software You Are Looking at Has a VPAT: Now What?

Under Section 508 of the Rehabilitation Act, federal agencies must make their electronic and information technology accessible to people with disabilities. A Voluntary Product Accessibility Template is a very valuable tool for anyone or vendor who is a provider of electronic and information technology.

Mental Health – Creating a Better Culture

We all wade through mud at some point, and we all have the ability to step out of it clean on the other side.

New Normal

Thanks to shelter in place orders, many people are confronted with a life many people with disabilities are used to. The lessons we have learned in quarantine might be helpful hints to reshape what is considered a “new normal.”

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New Law Weighs in on the Coronavirus

The World, It Is A-Changing

What we're learning during the COVID-19 pandemic and how it can help improve the lives of people with disabilities.