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Accessible Parking

In this tip, you’ll learn why accessible parking has certain features, who gets to use accessible parking, and how YOU can support accessible parking wherever you are.
An accessible restroom is essential to hosting an accessible community event, meeting, or training.
Thoughtful planning can make travel more accessible for people with any kind of disability. Here are a few ideas we might consider to plan a trip that is more relaxing and fun.
How do I get disability-related accommodation requests from community members for events? And once someone makes a request, what do I do?!
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), enacted on July 26, 1990, provides protections to individuals with disabilities in the areas of employment, State and local government services, public accommodations, and telecommunications.

Audio Descriptions

Audio Description tells the viewer what is happening on screen and onstage when the performers aren’t talking. This tip walks you through the reasons why this is important and how to successfully create audio descriptions.
Like so many kinds of access, making your digital information accessible in a variety of ways works better for people with and without disabilities.
This page offers different insights into the very diverse disability community: including how powerful (and complex!) language is when discussing disability and how our society has historically defined the disability community.
Let's dive into what we can do when broken technology, rigid policies, missing ramps, and other forms of societal ableism hollow out the intention of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and prevent us from living a full, spontaneous life.
Like so many other disability-related topics, this month’s tip is just the tiniest tip of the iceberg on the incredibly complex social, cultural, political, and legal issues surrounding employment accommodations. Enjoy!

Find a Synonym

This tip offers a small way to be part of the movement around eliminating ableist language and creating conversations that are respectful to all
Many people are made seriously sick by scents. Even when scent doesn’t harm us personally, we all have different ideas of what “smells good” and how much is too much. Being fragrance free supports us all.
Need to choose and schedule an interpreter in response to a disability accommodation request? While this tip focuses on American Sign Language (ASL) interpreters, many of the tips shared here also apply to other cultural and language interpreters.
If you have experienced or witnessed discrimination, you have the right to make an official complaint. Read on to find out how to take action.

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Like the Mic

Find local disability organizations and disability community resources for housing, transportation, business, recreation, and more.

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