Diversity and Ability is an award-winning social enterprise led by and for disabled people, paving the way for a future where everyone is welcomed and included.
Through her website Roll Fwd, Marjorie Aunos aims to: connect people with hidden talents and discover their untapped potential.
accessCulture hub of resources that instill an inclusive culture for businesses, communities, and individuals through content and messages provided by the disability community.
Lisa Louis created HikingAutism, a guide for the millions of families like hers with an autistic family member to experience the joy of nature. HikingAutism features more than 200 hikes accompanied by over 2,000 stunning nature photos. The outings range from five mile hikes on Mt. Tam in Marin County to rambles through the streets […]
Dignity Defense Institute firmly believes in every person’s inherent and equal dignity, irrespective of their abilities. Their Disability Action Committee comprises experts who bring a wealth of firsthand experience, including professionals who have worked within the disability community, individuals with disabilities themselves, and caregivers of those with disabilities.
The mission of Deep Dive On Disability is to communicate how language plays a large role in all marginalized groups. Shelley Nearing, who writes the blog is a multi-neurodivergent individual who also has moderate to extreme anxiety; specifically, she has social and general anxiety and panic.
WheelcharTravel.org is a comprehensive online platform dedicated to empowering individuals with mobility challenges to explore the world with ease and confidence. This user-friendly website serves as a valuable resource for travelers, offering a wealth of information, tips, and resources tailored to the unique needs of wheelchair users and those with limited mobility. Key Features: Accessible […]
THISABILITY Newspaper was started and registered as a non-profit media platform 6 years ago in 2011 by Anthony Cuerden and Simon Manda. Initially they had two other directors, Bonga Khoza and Musa Zulu.