Living with blindness means relying on the support of others to guide you through life at times. Traveling is one of those times.
For a congregation to show agility in accommodating their congregants with disabilities means they cannot continue to do things the way they always did.
Disability Concerns hosted their first fully online Leadership Training event this year! It was a very successful event that focused on the theme of agility.
30 years ago today, the US adopted landmark civil rights legislation called the Americans with Disabilities Act. The worst barriers faced by people with disabilities usually result from attitudes and environments that we all create and could change.
This document offers guidelines for planning meetings and events to ensure that all participants with visual impairments can participate fully and safely.
In this article, we offers tips and resources for providing the same information that sighted people benefit from to those with visual impairments.
This article addresses socializing issues for people who are blind or have low vision. It's presented in a format that names six common challenges and offers solutions for each one.
Dr. Jay Dolmage is a professor at the University of Waterloo. Recently he spoke on Academic Ableism at Western Theological Seminary. He has shared many great resources with us in this article.
In listening to Chris, and in accommodating myself to his needs, I have learned a lot about him, about his disability, and about myself.
We started captioning videos for people with disabilities. It turns out this also helps a bunch of other people.
At a recent RCA Classis Minnesota meeting there was a discussion about no-cost options for welcoming people with disabilities. Here are some of the strategies they wanted to share.
College for Students with Disabilities
This article has suggestions and resources to help your congregation considers having emotional support animals in your church.