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Disability News Round-Up: by Olivia Lloyd, South Florida Sun-Sentinel/TNS – June 24, 2022 – There are Amber Alerts for children and Silver Alerts for the elderly, but now Florida is introducing a new kind of alert to help find adults with developmental disabilities who go missing. (Dreamstime/TNS)
Getty Images – BY HOVHANNES AVOYAN, FOUNDER AND CEO, PICSART@HAVOYAN – In a new essay, Picsart CEO Hovhannes Avoyan explains why asynchronous work is so important, and how it can be implemented. Asynchronous work can also improve accessibility for #PeopleWithDisabilities.
How Three Viral TikTok Creators Are Changing The Face Of Disability
TikTok is one of the most popular social media platforms, used by roughly half of Americans between 18 – 29. Now, three women with #disabilities are using TikTok to “demystify” disability and promote #inclusion.
The disability community continues to be underrepresented and undervalued in advertising, but 3 core principles from Google’s accessible marketing playbook can help any brand improve
Disability News Round-Up: Selma Blair/July 2022 – In a powerful new essay, actress and disability self-advocate Selma Blair explains why the media needs to improve #inclusion and #representation for #PeopleWithDisabilities.
Google Accessibility Executive Eve Andersson Talks Amplifying The Disability Community And Three Decades Of The ‘Landmark’ ADA
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