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Promoting the potential of aspiring artists with autism
Meet Shaquem Griffin: The UCF Knight's One-Handed Superstar
1/1/2018 Nancy DeVault
The UCF football team recently wrapped up an undefeated 2017 regular season… Go Knights! For linebacker Shaquem Griffin, it was the perfect climax to his senior year.
Jason DaSilva: Filmmaker, App Creator, and Loving Father
1/1/2018 Haley Brittingham
Jason DaSilva is filmmaker who studied at the Emily Carr University of Art and Design and graduated at 21 with a film, Olivia’s Puzzle, that was welcomed to the Sundance Festival in 2003.
Home Designer Gives Green Light to Accessible Blueprints
1/1/2018 Nancy DeVault
Susan P. Berry is an architectural consultant offering frameworks for both residential and commercial construction with an emphasis on accessibility.
Accessible Accommodations are Just a Click Away
1/1/2018 Nancy DeVault
Traveling can enhance your life on many levels. You may see different things, meet interesting people and, perhaps, even shift your perspective by learning something new. Two lifelong friends from England experienced these wonderful benefits.
Temporary Ramps to the Rescue:  Storefronts Made Accessible Thanks to StopGap Foundation
1/1/2018 Tiffiny Carlson
When we design something for someone with a disability, everyone benefits,” says Luke Anderson, a C5-6 quadriplegic from Toronto.
Center for Independent Living: Creating Opportunity for Disability Inclusion
1/1/2018 Kevin Walker
CIL works to improve the lives and maintain the dignity of people with any kind of disability regardless of demographic.