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Margaret Saloustros is a wife, mother, and artist who's has slowly been losing her vision due to Diabetic Retinopathy. Learn how she's coping with vision loss in a world that's not built for aging and disability. Read more>
The idea of making television for people who are blind or partially sighted is often met with a genuinely unassuming question from people who are unfamiliar with the accessibility world: But how? Find out how AMI-tv is doing it. Read more>
People with disabilities form the world’s largest minority group, and disability affects people of every age, ethnicity, religion, gender, and sexual orientation. Why, then, do we rarely see people with disabilities on TV, stage, or the big screen?  Read more>
How can we help make Canada’s beautiful beaches, trails, parks and playgrounds more accessible and inclusive for everyone? Here are some tips from our RHF Accessibility Specialists. Read more>
Disabilities can happen to anyone at any time. Whether due to an accident or injury, medical condition or illness, we can all face challenges to our mobility, hearing, or vision. Find out what Amy, a 27-year-old professional, learned about accessibility after recovering from a total hip... Read more>
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