Access Granted

Access Granted is our blog giving you the latest in ADA news and updates.

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Are Higher Learning Institutions Making the Digital Grade with the ADA?

Having equal access to technology that meets the needs of a wide range of disabilities is a win for both the user and the provider.

Using Apartments as Hotels – How the ADA Applies

The ADA is more stringent than the Fair Housing Act when it comes to hotel units in apartment projects. Owners and operators can provide an accessible project with some simple upfront planning.

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly

Certain aspects of the ADA seem obvious, but sometimes people lack empathy or let their own best-interests guide their thinking.

Celebrating Older Americans Month

Older adults are a key source of strength!

A Brief Introduction to Instructional Design

Instructional design is the process of identifying the specific needs, performance and/or skill gaps of a target audience and developing tailored learning that bridges this gap.

Turn the Page

The history of disability in this country has many pages. These pages expose both the dark and beautiful sides of humanity. They demonstrate digression, persistence, grit, and the need to be treated equally in our society.

Art and Disability Equity: A Work in Progress

 “When engagement with art is happening – there is an opportunity for change.”  - Jim Hodges

Just One Small Step Begins with You

Advocacy begins with you and only you. Then everything else will begin to fall into place. Just remember you are never alone in this process.

Spotlight on Famous People with Disabilities

Disability is much more common than you think!

Think Outside, No Box Required

More and more people this past year have been going to city parks, state parks, national parks and outdoor recreation areas because it is easier to socially distance. What about outdoor accessibility?