Since most of the information and entertainment we consume today comes via the Internet, making our social media accounts accessible to people with disabilities needs to be a priority. It can be daunting, but there are simple, practical and effective ways to incorporate accessibility into your social media presence.
Welcome back to The A-E-I-O-U’s of Accessibility, with our fifth post, U Is For Unite. Unity is a word that I thought existed purely within the church. Growing up in a Christian household, I heard verses like Colossians 3:14: “And above all these put on love, which binds everything together in perfect harmony,” I Corinthians
Welcome to a new mini-series on the blog, The A-E-I-O-U’s of Accessibility. I’ve started this series because I want to delve into a few of the fundamental ways the able-bodied community can begin to help build an equal and accessible world for people of all abilities.
Accessibility is near and dear to the hearts of many a person with a disability. Why? Because for me, it’s how the world tells me, “Hey Rhianna, we value you. You are important. We value your contributions to society as a person, and we want you to know that you matter.”