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Diary of a Disabled Person. Sep 9
Why can ableds only think in extremes? Like, a user who can stand or walk a bit, someone visually impaired with a phone, & someone hard of hearing wearing headphones are all obviously lying to get money & sympathy. Why can they not comprehend features?
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Denis Boudreau - 10xColorblind Sep 17
Does anybody have any Twitter recommendations for or unsung heroes who don’t as much visibility as they should? I‘d like to add more diversity to my timeline... more people of color, more gender diversity, more diverse perspectives, etc.
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APD_UWE 2m
UWE's commitment to digital accessibility has been published on the UWE website
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Doug Collins Sep 17
When you do half-hearted design, you do no design at all.
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LIFX Sep 17
could improve the lives of all it's occupants by considering
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Maysoon Sep 13
This is what looks like. I had to sit 7 secs later. I use a in airports cause distance, being squished in a seat and air pressure wreck me. Sometimes I can do stairs. Sometimes no dice. WE'RE NOT FAKING IT.
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autistictic Sep 13
Access needs aren‘t universal. What one person needs to access an event, makes it impossible for another person to attend. One person needs silence. Another needs to vocalize and clap. Both exist AT THE SAME TIME. Both are EQUALLY valid. That‘s why isn’t easy.
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BrushUpTrivia Sep 17
Did you know we are on ? Their are fairly good if you'd like to read along while you play.
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Charlotte Holzke Sep 16
OMFG, now has a callback function on their phone system!! 😮 I never thought this day would come! (Because we all know what a dreaded nightmare it is waiting on hold with WINZ... and is the bane of my life!)
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Jedai Saboteur Sep 17
I've been thinking about the chatter around and what started as a tweet a few days ago turned into a longer post.
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Paul Tullock Sep 16
What a huge difference the iPad is making to my class. EAL & low confidence writers using dictation is having a huge impact. Last year this boy couldn’t access writing, now he’s able to get his thoughts down into books. He is buzzing
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Jade Bryan: Writer Sep 17
Advocating and fighting for in the film festival circuit is a monstrous job. Advocating for inclusion for deaf filmmakers and deaf audience in attendance should NEVER BE AN AFTERTHOUGHT!!
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The Paciello Group 19h
See No Evil: Hidden Content and Accessibility
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Alex Leybourne 5h
Day 21 / 100 spent more time on this than I would like to admit 😅 super proud though!! Now to get the other pages done 🙃
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Mashal Waqar 7h
Yesterday I found out has accessible options for the Deaf community, through interpreters for Arabic sign language. So happy to learn this tbh. is a human right. Hope more events follow suit and start doing this in the region.
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Dorothy Lander 6h
Shared inquiry with Eden Alternative elders & artists and leaders at Sherbrooke Community Centre In Saskatoon today. 99yr old Photographer Thelma Pepper joined us via transit bus tx for pic of us
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Becky Keene Sep 14
❓Did you know that inside has picture dictionary capability specific to the game? Point at in-game text and press "i" on your keyboard to launch, or use the Immersive Reader button inside NPC dialogue.
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Abi James 18h
Are we ready for regulations? Only 23 complaint accessibility statements found
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Samwise 🔜 PAXU 19h
Folx, you are all the sweetest! I’ve gotten nearly 100 new followers in less than a week thanks to everyone’s support about my tweets regarding better ! 💝 Here’s a little reminder that I’m doing 3 card reading giveaways for my followers when I reach 2k! 🔮
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Dean Frank Reynolds  ☠️♿ 20h
It's happening! I have definitely found my people - been geeking out over the title of this Talk with so many people haha
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