I am often asked in my global travels, – “Why does the United States litigate so much? Why do you always sue each other?” Or I get comments that start like this: “You Americans..” That always make me smile and cringe because I figure the person is going to take a shot at my country. I am proud to be… Continue Reading Troubling web accessibility trends in the U.S.
So many people are sad and have lost their ability to find the simple joys in life. My Mom is one of those people and as she has aged she has become more and more negative and sad. She has always been the half-empty type person but when we lost my Dad last year her filters went with him. She… Continue Reading Can our greatest teachers be persons born with disabilities?
Alzheimer’s disease is one of the scariest ailments facing mankind today. The idea of not being in total control of your mind is a prospect most cannot fathom. Many will be negatively and personally impacted in our lifetimes by this scary disease. With the large generation of the baby boomers (76 million Americans) beginning to come of age, this threat… Continue Reading Down syndrome and Alzheimer’s – Can a vegan diet help? by Kevin Ruh
Building accessible mobile technology is becoming more and more a topic of discussion and with good reason. The world is affected by disability; if you do not have any form of a disability then it is likely you know someone who does, so this is a topic that comes very close to home for many of us. As the number… Continue Reading Mobile tech & access By Kevin Ruh