Much More Than Just an Accessibility Acronym

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By Rosemary Musachio, CPACC, Chief Accessibility Officer Notice the acronym after my name. CPACC stands for Certified Professional in Accessibility Core Competencies. I recently discovered that I had earned this title after I took the certification exam in January. I’m excited and honored to be among the few so far to be recognized as an expert in the accessibility industry.… Continue Reading Much More Than Just an Accessibility Acronym

Police Departments Use AT to Communicate with The Deaf

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Author: Rosemary Musachio, Chief Strategic Officer at Ruh Global Communications Communication between the police and individuals with hearing and/or speech impairments is vital.  Miscommunication can cause wrongful arrests or releases, unnecessary agitation or force, or further risk of injury or even death.  For instance, If someone with a hearing impairment is stopped by the police, they may be unable to… Continue Reading Police Departments Use AT to Communicate with The Deaf

Internet, Communications and Technology Inclusion

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Many people are surprised to learn just how much of the world’s population is affected by a disability, and how valuable accessible design of electronic and information technology (E&IT) also known as Internet, Communications and Technology (ICT) is to local, state, federal and government, private industry, and educational institutions across the globe. Making technology usable for all has become imperative… Continue Reading Internet, Communications and Technology Inclusion