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3 Things - Tuesday, December 5

  1. Celebrating those setting the trend in digital inclusivity 
    On October 26, Adobe released a blog post introducing a distinguished group of individuals referred to as "Leaders of Accessibility," highlighting them as trendsetters in the field.

  2. This High-Tech Shirt Helps Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Patrons Feel Music 
    Chicago's Lyric Opera aims to make its performances more accessible via the SoundShirt, a garment that vibrates to match the music.

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  3. A life-changing injury has transformed an expert view of disability services. 
    Knowing her, said Stuart Butler, a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who worked with Super, I believe she will make it her mission to help others better understand the enormous and multiple challenges associated with the emergence of disability, and she will. push for changes in our health care system to improve the lives of families who have to deal with disabilities.


Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
Content Marketing Practitioner