Access Granted

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

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Activities to Perform at Home While Social Distancing

ADA-related recommendations on how to utilize free time at home to make an impact on the community.

The U.S. Census and People with Disabilities

The second part of a two part series on the U.S. Census and people with disabilities.

Hidden Disabilities

Not all disabilities are readily apparent. We are all different, with varying challenges and needs, strengths and weaknesses, as well as abilities and attributes.

People with Disabilities and COVID-19

What you need to know about COVID-19, how it affects people with disabilities and what the ADA says about it.

The U.S. Census and American Sign Language

The first part of a two part series on the U.S. Census and people with disabilities.

Telehealth and People with Disabilities

Telehealth saves time and manages your health in a streamlined care experience.

Making Emergency Alerts Accessible for People with Hearing Disabilities

With the recent spate of emergency alerts about the COVID-19 viral outbreak on television, it's important to make sure emergency broadcasts are accessible.

What Can Your ILC Do For You?

A common referral we make is to local Centers for Independent Living, but what exactly can they do for someone with a disability? Turns out, quite a lot!

Pedestrian Access and Line of Sight

As a designer for a Title II entity under the Americans with Disabilities Act, I look at things a little differently now. 

How to Break a World Record Without Really Trying

How having a disability taught gave me the tools to break a world record with an injury.