May 18 2012 Children with Special Needs Newsletter
Subtle Design Features and Disability Awareness
Sometimes what seems like a thoughtless design incorporating a disability awareness message or function is misinterpreted by those who have not thought out the actual challenges that a person with that disability experiences; or assumes the person with a disability has limits they do not experience.
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