Accessibility is paramount. But where to start? When business and organizational leaders ask me that question, I tell them about the blind bakers.
Accessibility in business is more than avoiding fines and lawsuits. Done right, accessibility is as good for business as it is for society at large.
Why is a hearing wellness advocate writing about better brain function? Because we don’t just hear with our ears — we hear with our brains.
In thinking about what I’m grateful for this Thanksgiving holiday, I found that “hearing loss” rises somewhere near the top of my list.
Compassion and kindness are at the heart of accessibility, and a big part of why embracing accessibility for all is so important.
According to a recent survey, it is likely you or someone in your circle has hearing loss—even if you don’t know it.