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360Access launch

Abator Launches 360-Access Online Service to Make the World a More Disability-Inclusive Place    360-Access is First to Provide Objective Information About Accessibility for the Disability Community Over 54 million Americans live with a disability. Despite these staggering numbers, and a discretionary spending budget of $490 billion, the disability community’s needs are often still misunderstood

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Fred Maaha, Jr

Fred Maahs, Jr. Editor, Mélange Accessibility for All Magazine Fred Maahs, Jr. is a passionate, recognized leader in the international disability community and in Corporate America.  He is also a renowned champion for diversity and inclusion. After more than 30 years as a Corporate Executive, Fred founded FJM Solutions, LLC in 2019.  As a Consultant,

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Shunned How Love of Self Became My Redemption AUTHOR:  Patricia C. Daway “Expressed through a collection of poems, this book speaks of my quest for love and belonging, which for the formative years of my life, were entangled in webs of delusion and woeful dejection . . . ”  Patricia Daway PUBLICATION: June 2020 ISBN: 978-1-77136-885-8 PAGES: 69 SIZE: 5.5

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Inclusive Employer: Gabi & Jules, Handmade Pies and Baked Goodness

In Port Moody, just 30 minutes from downtown Vancouver, a large pink sign on the ‘building of baked goodies’, tucked away at 2302B Clarke Street, heralds your arrival at Gabi & Jules Handmade Pies. On the street, you may see a parked van, colourfully wrapped in images of some of the delicious treats that await

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International Association for Universal Design Japan

Mr. Keiji Kawahara, Executive Director Mr. Kawahara’s Research My research theme at university and graduate school was ‘Design for the Handicapped’. In 1970’s, Sweden was the leader in this field, and I was also studying design journals and academic papers published in Sweden and other European countries. At that time, the concept of ‘The Handicapped’ was

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