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Accessibilty Audit

What barriers of architecture, communication, and attitude are keeping people with various disabilities from coming or getting involved in your church? This tool from Disabilty Concerns will help you identify these barriers and give ideas for overcoming them.

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Knowbility

Knowbility's mission is to ensure barrier-free I.T.—supporting the independence of people with disabilities by promoting the use and improving the availability of accessible information technology.

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That All May Worship

This print resource was first produced 20 years ago. Disability Concerns has been using it ever since then, because it provides so much helpful information and practical ideas—not just for including people in worship—but in all of church life.

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The Story of the Briefcase

The briefcase moved with us over the years and eventually ended up in the basement of our current home. As I brought the briefcase upstairs, its usefulness was apparent. It was dirty, ripped, and rusted in its hardware. But now it was destined to go in the trash. I noticed that it still had something inside. 

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Aroma Therapy or Aroma Heresy

I am almost totally isolated, as my son who lives locally sees me near Mother's day, my birthday and near Christmas. We have been doing the drive thru and eating in his car for a few years. It works quite well, tho there are some frags to deal with after. Even with this limited exposure, I am doing physical harm, but a mom needs to see her family.

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Accessibility Takes Constant Attention

Do people think that wheel chairs have only one wheel, and they can get through this? I was wishing on everyone that had not cleared their curb cuts or shoveled their sidewalks that they would have to spend one day in a wheelchair so they would get a better understanding on how hard it is to get around when you do not shovel.

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