I want to go to an escape room with some of my favorite people, but I don’t think they would have a good time. And so, I dream of an accessible escape room. “Doesn’t that defeat the purpose of an escape room?” No, because what is accessible to everyone is the way to leave, notContinue reading “Dreaming of An Accessible Escape Room”
Author Archives: Rachel
Interesting Accessibility Images: Free Matter for the Blind
The way we portray accessibility measures is interesting. I came across this image recently on the USPS website’s section on Free Matter for the Blind (the federal program that allows materials to be sent free of charge-a really interesting program you can learn more about on this webpage from USPS). I think this image isContinue reading “Interesting Accessibility Images: Free Matter for the Blind”
Celebrating the ADA
Celebrating the ADA should be about honoring civil rights for people with disabilities and committing to making the world more inclusive. I’ve been thinking about how I want to celebrate the ADA. I was kind of disheartened online to see only info for businesses or info telling disabled people to be sure to tag theContinue reading “Celebrating the ADA”
Happy Birthday, ADA!
July 26, 2020 is the 30th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act, which is often just called the ADA. The ADA is a law that was passed by Congress (the House of Representatives and the Senate) and signed by the president in 1990. The ADA is important because it gives many civil rights toContinue reading “Happy Birthday, ADA!”