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5 Amazing Inventions That Are Helping the Visually Impaired
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5 Amazing Inventions That Are Helping the Visually I...
This New App Aims to Be the Yelp for People With Aut...
Samsung Just Won the Internet With This Heartwarming...
When is a Leave of Absence an Appropriate ADA Accomm...
Teen Crafts Low-Cost Braille Printer Out of Lego Kit...
News and Articles About Disabilities
This New App Aims to Be the Yelp for People With Autism
With less than a week left in the Kickstarter campaign, 'Autism Village' says its tool can help parents and caregivers of people with autism.
What Accommodations Must Be Made for a Pregnant Employee?
Make sure you protect yourself legally by understanding the recent Supreme Court decision.
Samsung Just Won the Internet With This Heartwarming Ad for the Hearing-Impaired (VIDEO)
The emotionally-charged spot has been viewed over 9 million times across YouTube and on an advertising blog called Digital Synopsis.
Teen Crafts Low-Cost Braille Printer Out of Lego Kit, Receives Investment From Intel
Thirteen-year-old Silicon Valley native Shubham Banerjee founded his company by considering a community that is often overlooked: the visually impaired.
Samsung Just Gave the Disabled a Way to Click a Mouse With Their Eyes
The second-generation Eyecan+ technology was tested today.
How I Grew My Wheelchair Ramp Company Into a Franchise
Julian Gordon left the construction industry to start Amramp, a successful franchise aimed to help the elderly and disabled.
Far Out Tech
Bat-Like Technology Is Giving the 'White Cane' a Much-Deserved Upgrade
These ‘smart' canes use high-tech echolocation to help the visually impaired get around even better.
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Uber Faces Lawsuit Over Drivers Allegedly Discriminating Against Blind Passengers
The California chapter of the National Federation of the Blind filed a lawsuit against the San-Francisco based ride-hailing app earlier this week.
Internet of Things
Stephen Hawking Introduces Intel's Connected Wheelchair
The British physicist who 'made black holes cool' says Intel's new wheelchair, which collects health data from the user, is just one more step toward the technology of the future.
Unique Selling Proposition
With an All-Deaf Wait Staff, New Restaurant Asks Guests to Order in Sign Language
At the aptly-named Signs restaurant in Toronto, one restaurateur is piloting a new concept that aims to give hearing diners a glimpse into deaf culture.
When is a Leave of Absence an Appropriate ADA Accommodation?
As part of the law, you may have to let employees take some time off. Here are three questions to ask when making your decision.
A 'Smart' Pair of Shoes With a Noble Purpose
The makers of the Lechal interactive haptic footwear hope the product will serve some social good.
Hiring Employees With Disabilities
Hard-working, motivated yet underemployed, workers with disabilities can be an asset to your company. Here is what you need to recruit and retain them.
How an Earplug Company Supports Jobs for 200 People with Disabilities
How one earplug company supports jobs for 200 people with disabilities.
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