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Accessibility AT Restaurants

Whether it is home-cooked or restaurant-bought, everyone loves a yummy meal. Some people enjoy the dining experience with loved ones or friends, while others celebrate special occasions. Restaurants provide convenience for those who choose not to cook, and they also offer a range of cuisines and dining options that may not be available at home.…

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Accessibility AT Theme Parks

Theme parks, especially with warmer weather around the corner, are a great place to go with family or friends to create memories that will last a lifetime. Many theme parks have accessibility services that the Where its AT team wants to share with you. Disneyland Resort Disneyland, located in Anaheim, California, is probably one of…

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Accessible iOS Apps

Apple is known for having awesome accessibility features on their devices. Every year Apple releases a new iOS update with new and improved features to make your device more accessible to your needs. However, there are still accessibility features that Apple devices don’t currently have. Luckily Apple’s app store has made it easy for developers…

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New Year, New iOS Features

New Year, new iPhone?! Every year Apple releases a new iPhone along with a new iOS update with new and improved accessibility features that can help with multiple disabilities. The Where It’s AT Team is here to show you some awesome existing and new accessibility features on your new iOS device. First, let’s go over…

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Inclusive Organizing

Jessica Riestra, Statewide Youth Organizer for YO! Disabled and Proud, a program of California Foundation for Independent Living Centers Organizing is a big part of today’s society. Today, more than ever before we are seeing communities come together to advocate for human rights. However, oftentimes many organizations fail to be inclusive when making sure that…

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Social Media Accessibility Tips & Tricks: Twitter

Whether sharing a new photo, commenting on current affairs, uploading a funny video, or promoting your business’s newest venture, social media remains relevant because people want to make connections. However, these connections aren’t always possible if social media platforms aren’t accessible. The Where It’s AT Blog team has put together some of the latest accessibility…

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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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International Day of Persons with Disabilities

December 3rd is International Day of Persons with Disabilities. This year’s theme will be “Building Back Better: toward a disability-inclusive, accessible and sustainable post COVID-19 World”. International Day of Persons with Disabilities has been observed by the United Nations since 1992 with varying themes, such as: “2015: Inclusion matters: access and empowerment of people of…

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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…