Tag Archives: accessibility

After talking up the AXSChat community a lot,Zachary Fenell takes time to write a formal testimonial for the community.

AXSChat Testimonial

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To educate and dispel cerebral palsy misconceptions in a fun, engaging way. That remains my website’s mission statement. Successful fulfillment relies on remembering there will always remain more to learn. Lately I am turning to the AXSChat community to obtain said knowledge. The AXSChat mention probably comes as no surprise to those who follow me…

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Creating One United Disability Community

Creating One United Disability Community

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Did you know the disability community remains the largest minority group in the world? Said fact continuously comes up in disability related Twitter chats I participate in. Yet that reality might come as a surprise. A major reason why involves the many different disability subcategories. Not often do you see one united disability community. Good…

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Author and advocate Zachary Fenell asks, "How can you make the world more accessible?"

How Can You Make the World More Accessible?

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Accessibility issues haunt the disability community. The vast range in barriers remains most terrifying. Just think. What does accessible even mean? As someone with cerebral palsy I initially think physical. I am talking stairs without handrails. Or, embarking on the balance obstacle course called rough terrain. Such concerns pale in comparison to issues more severe…

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11 tips for making friends despite your cerebral palsy!

11 Tips for Making Friends Despite Your Cerebral Palsy

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Friendship enhances life. Although before enjoying any enrichment, you must undergo a traditional welcoming ritual. Said ritual you know as making friends. Making friends can prove intimidating for anyone. Add cerebral palsy to the process and suddenly the intimidation escalates. First comes any accessibility issues. For example, I love baseball. However, maneuvering around a ballpark…

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