The province of Ontario has teamed up with the Canadian Council on Rehabilitation and Work to publish an educational book series for children that casts spotlight on acceptance and individuality.
Be My Eyes just announced the newest feature in the Be My Eyes app: Specialized Help – a better way to connect with businesses and organizations when you need assistance with their products or services.
What would you do if you suddenly lost your ability to read, and the text you’re reading now became an incomprehensible jumble of letters?
It may seem hard to believe, but in today’s technological world there are currently no off-the-shelf landline phones available with voice-activated dialing capability. This makes it difficult for some blind people to call from a regular phone.
In a 225-192 vote, the House voted to pass a bill that would make it more difficult to sue for discriminating against the disabled. H.R. 620, or the ADA Education and Reform Act was supported overwhelmingly by Republicans and 12 Democrats.
AMI) announced the launch of two accessible applications created especially for people living with sight loss.
For more than a hundred years, blind and visually impaired people in Maryland have been participating in employment and training opportunities at Blind Industries and Services of Maryland.
A team at Ohio State University, along with the city of Columbus and private companies, is using smart, connected tech to help the blind and visually impaired navigate.
As the city prepares to welcome a second ride-hailing service, advocates say they’re distressed that people with disabilities are once again being left out.
Meet Neil Harbisson, known as the first person in the world with an antenna implanted in his skull.