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We need to make every single thing accessible to every single person with a disability.

May 21 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day! Today is not about a specific group of people, today is about each and every one of us. At AssistiveWare we believe it is important to design software for universal use. Read more in CEO David's blog post:

May 21 is Global Accessibility Awareness Day. Today is not about a specific group of people, today is about each and every one of us. Read why AssistiveWare's CEO, David, believes we need software that is designed for universal use.

Christine Miserandino from butyoudontlooksick.com gave the keynote speech at the September 11, 2010 Lupus Symposium for the Piedmont, NC chapter of the LFA. She closed her speech with reading her essay "The Spoon Theory".  Here she is live reading and speaking the spoon theory to a packed audience. The spoon theory can be found at www.thespoonth...

support for those with invisible illness or chronic illness The Spoon Theory written by Christine Miserandino - But You Dont Look Sick? support for those with invisible illness or chronic illness

Isaac Asimov: 'Education isn't something you can finish.' So very, very true.

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Everyone can be capable, interesting and valuable, people with Autism are no exception.

"Understanding Rehabilitation Counseling" created by NIU rehabilitation counseling students for the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association conference!

"Understanding Rehabilitation Counseling" created by NIU rehabilitation counseling students for the American Rehabilitation Counseling Association conference!

"Feet First" - Early symptoms of CMT disease.

"Feet First" - Early symptoms of CMT disease.

CMT is covered under MDA's umbrella of support because it's a muscle-wasting disease.

The umbrella of support that the MDA gives which includes CMT.

AAC users need to use more colorful language! From Pat Mervine of SpeakingofSpeech.com

Colorful Language

Assistive Technology for Communication Vocabulary on an AAC system must go beyond requesting. Pat Mervine explains more and provides helpful tips for how to incorporate more language for your AAC users.

Presuming Competence in Practice

Presuming competence is a belief in socializing students for courage instead of compliance.

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