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Hotel Accessibility Review - Hampton Inn

We stayed at the Hampton Inn St. Louis/St. Charles, Missouri for two nights.  We had reserved a block of rooms for an event.  The sales manager who coordinated our block of rooms was delightful to work with and very helpful during the many months we planned.  391 more words


Age at Work: Advocating Baby Boomers

Keynote from Steve Anderson, Founder of Prime Candidate at the Atos Diversity Inclusion Expo, where we discussed inclusion at the workplace and the future of work. 235 more words

Accessible Conferences and Conventions: Interview with Elea Chang

Earlier this summer I co-presented at media conference on ableism, accessibility, and oral histories. I received an email a few days later from Elea Chang, the creator of… 1,356 more words


24 July 2017

Watermelon splash? Squished fruit? Not the whole thing, some cut off, unfinished round the edges cut off.

I was thinking of summer fruit including and especially watermelons. 983 more words

National Boulevard at Clarington Avenue

The north side of National Boulevard at Clarington Avenue in Palms does not allow sidewalk access, where the sidewalk terminates with five bollards that are installed to span the full width of the sidewalk, as pictured above. 107 more words

Los Angeles

Accessibility At Its Finest Begins At Planning

Can A Blind Person Enjoy A Movie?

I hope everyone had a nice weekend. Can you believe how quickly this summer is progressing? It seems like yesterday we were in May and now, well we’re more than half way through the year. 462 more words