A woman wearing a dress and sunglasses smiles while holding a cardboard polaroid shaped frame in front of her upper half. There are "Like", "Comment", "Share" and "Bookmark" icons drawn on the bottom side of the cardboard frame. Under the Where it's AT logo, the text reads Social Media Accessibility Tips & Tricks: Posting - abilitytools.org/blog

Social Media Accessibility Tips & Tricks: Posting

Whether sharing a new photo, commenting on current affairs, uploading a funny video, or promoting your business’s newest venture, social media is only relevant because people want to make connections. However, these connections can break down if posts aren’t accessible. The Where It’s AT Blog team is here to help, so you can feel confident…

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Advocates Working Together

When Emanuel needed a replacement for his wheelchair, and his insurance wasn’t addressing the urgency of needing an immediate replacement for his mobility device, he turned to getting a loan as his only option to obtain a wheelchair. This is how he connected with the network of California’s Advocates serving people’s needs for Assistive Technology…

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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…

Independence through Everyday Devices

Reaching out to your community is an important practice when you write for a blog that covers such a wide range of disability as “Where it’s AT”. Honestly, the broad scope of experience across the disability community is so vast, that to only offer the perspective of the “Where it’s AT” staff would be a…

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Moldable Plastic and DIY Assistive Technology

For most individuals with disabilities, life is all about adaptation. Narrow scope of imagination when environments and objects are being designed and constructed are, more often than not, the true cause of accommodation needs. As a result, individuals with disabilities are some of the most innovative and creative people you will ever come across. So,…