Debra Ruh argues that making digital publishing available to a broader range of people with disabilities is good for a company’s image, and good for the bottom line. The advent of print-on-demand (POD) and ebooks has gone some way to making books accessible to more people with disabilities (PwD), but there is a long way to… Continue Reading Taking the broader view of disability
With special comments from Sam Joehl, SSB Senior Accessibility Specialist. I was perplexed when I read about a class action lawsuit against Walt Disney Parks & Resorts. “On June 29, 2011, the United States District Court Central District of California certified a nationwide class of blind persons in a class action pending in Los Angeles… Continue Reading No Good Deed Goes Unpunished
By Debra Ruh, Founder of TecAccess and CEO & Founder of Ruh Global Communications Do you believe you were born for a purpose? I believe we all have many things to accomplish in our lives. Since I was a little girl I dreamed of being a Mom. I used to think all little girls dreamed of… Continue Reading A Mother’s Story – How a Child born with Down syndrome Changed her life!
SmartMoney.Com By Diana Ransom WHEN GEORGE W. BUSH last year signed into law an expanded Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA) that made it easier to qualify as disabled, employers worried what the impact would be on their businesses. Right now, they have a temporary reprieve as the Obama administration reviews the act, but in the next six… Continue Reading In Focus: When the Law Is In Flux
For many, the ability to telework — working remotely, usually from home, via computer — is viewed as a pleasant convenience, a benefit offered by progressive employers to enhance the work environment. But for the employees of TecAccess, it is a necessity of professional life. “Commuting to work is annoying for many of us,”… Continue Reading Virtual Office, Real Accessibility: The TecAccess Story