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3 Things - Tuesday, November 21

  1. 5 Tips for a Sensory-Friendly Thanksgiving 
    This Thanksgiving, address your or your loved one’s needs by planning for the holiday with sensory-friendly adaptations, favorite food substitutions, and mindful moments to de-stress.

  2. Tips for Having an Accessible Thanksgiving Virtually
    There are a few rules of thumb when someone you care about has hearing loss. First, it’s critical to understand that deafness is a spectrum. Second is to always remember that their access to interactions is also essential. With those two things in mind, here are a few more tips for having an accessible Thanksgiving virtually.

  3. Make Your Thanksgiving Gathering Inclusive
    The same thing goes for hosting an event with wheelchair users or mobility scooter users. While you can’t remodel your house with just a few weeks to go, there are some other small adjustments you can make to ensure that your gathering is accessible for all.

Maggie Vaughan, CPACC
Content Marketing Practitioner