A Look behind the Scenes – Part III: Website Accessibility Isn’t an Exact Science
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A Look behind the Scenes – Part III: Website Accessibility Isn’t an Exact Science
A Look behind the Scenes – Part III: Website Accessibility Isn’t an Exact Science

Categories: Disability.Blog News, Technology

By Marc Seguin, System Analyst, Disability.gov This is the third post in a multi-part series written by the Disability.gov team to help others learn about the importance of website accessibility and the best practices that are used on Disability.gov. For … Continue reading

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From Awareness to Respect…And Paving the Way
From Awareness to Respect…And Paving the Way

Categories: Community Life, Employment

By Guest Blogger Mathew McCollough, Executive Director, District of Columbia Developmental Disabilities Council Please Note: The intended audience for this post is employers from all sectors (pubic, private, nonprofit, etc.); however I hope my message will inspire all readers to … Continue reading

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Disability Employment Policy: What Are We Missing?
Disability Employment Policy: What Are We Missing?

Categories: Education, Employment

By Guest Blogger Paul Hippolitus, Director, Disabled Students’ Program, Equity & Inclusion, University of California, Berkeley Watch a YouTube video of Paul Hippolitus discussing UC Berkeley’s “Professional Development and Disability” course As a longtime advocate and professional working in support of the … Continue reading

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