There are several questions you should be asking yourself before you make the leap

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Do you like accessibility testing?


The more important question is, why would you want to do that?

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Some things that parents of disabled children know that might not be so obvious to others.

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Organizations should be doing them already. But if they aren’t doing them or aren’t doing anything with the data, how will they recover from this most recent pandemic side-effect?

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Black large sign stating “EXIT” on a white wall in a parking garage


A technique for honing everyone’s accessibility skills

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  • Why go to an all-day training when you can get the same training online in 20-minute chunks?
  • Why read an entire book when you can review focused…


The 11th Circuit Court of Appeals in Johnson, Dinn v. Caraf Oil upheld a district court ruling that fined both the attorney and the plaintiff in a disability lawsuit.

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Good accessibility programs include things that go above and beyond just compliance with the WCAG guidelines

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Many American employees are discovering this as they attempt to continue working from home while their employers are trying to force them back into the office

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  1. Employers trying to force employees to produce documentation of…


This situation will become more prevalent thanks to the pandemic.

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Is the employer required to provide accommodations?

1. The employer is too small


So many people are writing or developing products around this hot tech topic right now. Many of them are getting it very wrong.

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The author/product developer does not have access to lived experience

Sheri Byrne-Haber, CPACC

Blogger, disability advocate, nerd. Bringing the fire on ableism. A11y Architect @ VMware. Wheelchair user w/ a deaf daughter. CS, Law, and Business background

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