Organizing Your Kitchen for the Visually Impaired

By | April 3rd, 2017|Disabilities Blog|

Because there are so many ingredients, tools, and food items in our kitchens, it can be difficult for a person with a visual impairment to locate and identify the items they seek. There are several options for organizing your kitchen in more accessible ways.  Here are four of the top tips to make your kitchen [...]

TDC Close – up with the Disability Today (DT) Network

By | March 3rd, 2017|Disabilities Blog|

Who are we? We’re a community. The Disability Today (DT) Network is an online village like no other, the disability community’s first social media network. We are an "exposition” of independently-hosted media channels under 15 different areas of special interest to people with disabilities, their families and friends and healthcare professionals. Developed by Disability Today [...]

TDC Close-up with the Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers

By | March 3rd, 2017|Disabilities Blog|

Advocacy That Makes A Difference Clients come first at Gluckstein Personal Injury Lawyers. It is our clients who are challenged to look after loved ones and themselves, while moving forward with dignity. Our mission is to help them do exactly that. We have assembled a diverse and talented team of professionals that ensures support is [...]

TDC Close-up with the Rick Hansen Foundation

By | March 3rd, 2017|Disabilities Blog|

Since 1987, the Rick Hansen Foundation has been working passionately to improve the lives of people with disabilities. Founded by Canada’s Man In Motion Rick Hansen, the Foundation actively removes barriers to create an accessible world and funds ground-breaking medical research. In addition to our work, we believe that awareness is key to changing perceptions [...]

TDC Close-up with Deborah Dagit

By | March 3rd, 2017|Disabilities Blog|

TDN Close-up with Deborah Dagit Deb Dagit is a sought-after consultant and speaker on the topics of diversity and inclusion. She started Deb Dagit Diversity LLC in 2013 to deliver the practical, just-in-time services and products she wished were available when she was a Chief Diversity Officer. As Merck’s CDO for almost 12 years, Deb was responsible for global equal [...]

TDC Close-up with Joey Stymeist – ‘Inspirational’

By | March 3rd, 2017|Disabilities Blog|

Joey was born facing an uphill battle from the beginning. He was diagnosed with at the time Sleep Apnea most likely attributed to his biological mother using drugs during the term of pregnancy.  At the age of 3, upon seeing a Child Psychiatrist specializing in the field of FAS, Bi Polar Mood Dis Orders, Joey was [...]