Identifying Accommodations Is Harder than You Think

I’ve previously blogged about the access fatigue that comes along with asking for accommodations. Before you can even ask for accommodations, though, you need to know what to ask for, and that’s more difficult than it may seem. With my low vision, for example, it may seem obvious that I need good lighting, but whatContinue reading “Identifying Accommodations Is Harder than You Think”

Welcoming Folks with Disabilities versus Allowing Access to Folks with Disabilities

Last weekend, I had an experience that highlighted the difference between accommodating disability to comply with the law and designing for equity in accessibility. Now that we are both vaccinated, my husband and I belatedly celebrated our anniversary by spending a couple nights in a nice hotel and going out to eat in restaurants. OurContinue reading “Welcoming Folks with Disabilities versus Allowing Access to Folks with Disabilities”