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.
Last Sunday an Australian model with down syndrome conquered the catwalks of Fashion Week in New York. This 18 year old wants to change the image of the disabled in the beauty sector codes as marked as that of fashion. Likewise, there are other examples of people who have a disability and who have managed to realize their dreams as… Continue Reading Uninorte bets on the inclusion of people with disabilities By Leidys Rios Lopez (Uninorte le apuesta a la inclusión de las personas con algún tipo de discapacidad)
The 25th ADA Anniversary falls on July 26, 2015. Debra Ruh, G3ict’s Technology and EmployAbility Chair and mother of a daughter with Down syndrome, writes about how the ADA personally shaped the narrative of her family. We watched the media surrounding the signing of the ADA on television 25 years ago. My husband and I had followed the efforts being made in… Continue Reading Thankful for the 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
Love, Compassion, Tenacity and a Desire to improve his Sister’s Life: A story about Eric Zeiberg By Debra Ruh, CEO and Founder of Ruh Global Communications What can we accomplish when we put our minds to it? Eric Zeiberg of Connecticut believes we can accomplish anything even helping his big sister learn to communicate with him. It is always interesting… Continue Reading Love, Compassion, Tenacity and Desire to improve his Sister’s Life – a story about Eric Zeiberg
Ruh Global has created a survey for clients to determine travel preferences for people with disabilities and all stakeholders. Please take this survey and pass to others to complete. Thanks for helping us gather this critical data. Our goals are to encourage hospitality and tourism to value, accommodate and include people with disabilities. Please share and take the survey. It… Continue Reading Take Disability Travel Survey