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AT For Disaster Preparedness

Times are uncertain across the world, but Californians in particular are managing a whole host of emergency situations in tandem with one another. As we all find ourselves grappling with the global pandemic and all of its fallout, some are seeking refuge from wildfires and some are contending with Public Safety Power Shut-offs (PSPS’s) or…

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How to Navigate Zoom as a Meeting Host

If you are like most Californians, you might be finding yourself participating in your community in a much more “virtual” capacity. In a previous blog, How to Navigate Zoom as a Meeting Attendee, we shared some tips and tricks on accessing Zoom as an attendee If you find yourself wondering how to host a meeting…

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Accessing AT for Mobility

Amber, a woman living in Northern California, sustained a fracture in her right foot. During her recovery, she was given crutches and instructed to not bear weight on her injured foot. She contacted FREED Center for Independent Living to learn if there were other devices that could help improve her mobility besides crutches. Through Ability…

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My Path to Accessible Voting in November 2020

In honor of National Voter Registration Day, Where it’s AT would like to reflect on the particular experiences voters with disabilities have when “going” to the polls, whether “going” to the polls means physically visiting a polling place, voting by mail, or any of the new emerging options. As our country progresses toward utilizing necessary…