Accessibility and usability go hand in hand … An accessible web site is one that can be fully accessed by people with a variety of disabilities, who may also be using enabling technology. Is your web site accessible? Published: January 2003
Equal parts laugh-out-loud funny and angering to the point of disbelief, this is John Callahan’s story told in his own words and pictures. John is a cartoonist whose work not only challenges but attacks and explodes social norms. He is also a quadriplegic and recovering alcoholic who has suffered through abusive support providers, endured battles with the welfare system, maintained his vicious sense of humor, and emerged from some difficult times happy, successful, and determined to change prevailing attitudes about disability, potential, normalcy, and employment. He shares his experiences and lessons learned in a straightforward way that does not allow pity or ego to enter the picture (Source: Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University).
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The last paragraph is where the applicant draws together his themes with his self-assessment and goals. He should mention what his master’s degree is in. This writer commits the common error of throwing in the name of the school receiving this statement as a token. Any law school program could fill that place. The writer doesn’t appear to have done research about the law program at NYU. Does the applicant feel that being in New York City will put him in contact with East Coast technology specialists who will give him an edge up in his career? Or, is the applicant focusing upon NYU because of their strength in intellectual property law? The writer needs to persuade the NYU admissions committee that NYU is the only school for him, and he can do this by interpreting how the school’s particular strengths will advance his goals. Despite these quibbles, though, this is overall a fantastic personal statement.
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The Waypoint-Backstrom Principles assume the principles of Universal Design but with emphasis on maritime environments and accessibility of water craft by passengers with disability, including issues of embarkation and debarkation, intermodal transport, personal safety, and human impact on the natural environment. Published: September 2007
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Simultaneously personal and philosophical, this book is both a celebration of and call for inclusive communities and schools. Micheline Mason shares some of her experiences growing up and living with a disability in London. She challenges the dominant ideology of the medical model that suggests that she and others with disabilities are broken and need to be fixed, stressing that she is fully human as she is and does not need or desire a cure. The book chronicles her personal journey from experiencing segregation and discrimination to living a full life, fighting prejudice, and working for inclusive societies (Source: Center on Human Policy, Syracuse University).
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The personal stories of a music therapy student and her mentor David Nabb, a one-handed sax player who runs a program to make adapted woodwind instruments and teach musicians with disability how to play them. Published: May 2009
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Wheelchair Basketball is a spectacular team sport modelled on the able-bodied game of basketball. It is the fastest growing sport for athletes with a disability and has had great success at the Paralympic Games. In Australia, and internationally, there are programs catering for members who want to have fun, socialise and learn new skills as well as elite athletes who wish to play competitively. Published: August 2007