Why small businesses may be eligible for a tax credit for investing in website accessibility.
In 2021, organizations are being measured by their commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusion, both internally and externally. Here are some digital accessibility insights to keep in mind as we usher in a more inclusive future.
With work and education taking place online more than ever, remote live captioning can enhance the virtual experience for all. Here’s why your organization should take advantage of this in-demand service now.
4 Artificial Intelligence-Based Hiring Practices That Can Be Discriminatory Towards People With Disabilities
Although artificial intelligence is often marketed as an objective tool, it can be yet another barrier to securing employment for people with disabilities. Here are four artificial intelligence-based hiring practices that can be discriminatory towards candidates with disabilities.
During this year’s crucial open enrollment period, digital information must be made accessible to every American seeking and reviewing health care benefits.
Delivering a high-quality education has never been more dependent on technology. That’s why it’s vital that schools, colleges, and universities prioritize digital accessibility for students with disabilities.
In this blog, the Viscardi Alumni Association virtually celebrated the 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The alumni reflected on how the lives of persons with disabilities have changed since the ADA was signed 30 years ago, and what improvements still need to be made.
The Viscardi Center’s President & CEO John D. Kemp shares his thoughts on the 30-year anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Over the past decade or so, we’ve seen the expansion of online service offerings at banks and credit unions of all sizes. All the more reason to ensure these digital services are accessible to all customers, including those with visual, hearing and motor skills impairments.
Abilities, Inc. at The Viscardi Center examines the considerations students with disabilities and their families must take when evaluating options for continuing education, job training and employment following high school.