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Mileha Soneji: Simple hacks for life with Parkinson’s

Simple solutions are often best, even when dealing with something as complicated as Parkinson’s. In this inspiring talk, product designer Mileha Soneji shares accessible designs that make the everyday tasks of those living with Parkinson’s a bit easier.

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Chris Downey: Design with the blind in mind

Chris Downey is an architect who lost his sight in 2008. He contrasts life in his beloved San Francisco before and after, and shows how the thoughtful designs that enhance his life now might actually make everyone’s life better, sighted or not.

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Elise Roy – When we design for disability, we all benefit

Lawyer, artist, and human rights advocate Elise Roy says, “When we design for disability first, you often stumble upon solutions that are better than those when we design for the norm.”

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An Interview with the U.S. Goalball Team

Many sports have been adapted for people with disabilities. Soccer and hockey have been adapted into Power Soccer and Sled Hockey to allow people who use wheelchairs to play. However, goalball is a sport that was specifically designed and created for athletes who are blind.

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Family Voices Indiana Medicaid Waiver Training Now On YouTube

Information courtesy of Family Voices Indiana

Family Voices Indiana (FVI) has shared one of their most popular trainings online! “Medicaid Waivers: Supporting Your Child In Your Home And/Or Community” is now available to watch on YouTube.

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