This short guide offers some simple best practices for recreation-based youth programs.
A checklist to help organizations access their strengths and weaknesses when it comes to disability inclusion.
A tool to help assess student strengths, challenges, learning styles, and preferences in order to ensure that program designs are accessible to those with hidden disabilities.
A guidebook intended to help guide young people with disabilities through the disclosure process.
An introduction to disability inclusion for youth-serving organizations, covering topics like the ADA, Universal Design for Learning (UDL), and inclusive communication.
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In this recording, learn about the importance of captions and ways to make your online programming, work, and content accessible for deaf and hard of hearing Internet consumers.
The word “inclusion” is used frequently in our world today, but what do we actually mean when we say it? In this webinar, Liz Weintraub explores the difference between inclusion and belonging. She shares stories from her own experiences, and answers audience questions about how to create places that foster true belonging.