“Let’s look at safety, let’s look at convenience; let’s look at access, and how to give and empower people with the most independence we can,” Rossetti says. “It’s not difficult; it’s just about designing it to work in the long-term—for all the members of the family—right from the beginning. Do it right from the beginning.”
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On Aug. 26, 2018, Joshua Heintz presented the 10th annual Joshua Heintz Award for Humanitarian Achievement award to Allyson Caison and Christina Cowger. They were the founding members of "North Carolina Stop Torture Now". The program works to end America's Rendition, Detention and Interrogation program. This award was part of the 12th International Humanitarian Law Dialogs at the Robert H. Jackson Center and Chautauqua Institution in Jamestown, New York.
From the author Rosemarie Rosetti “I was pleased to write this article about the wardrobe/laundry room of my national demonstration home and garden, the Universal Design Living Laboratory www.udll.com The publisher of my article, Kitchen and Bath Business, is the official website of the Kitchen and Bath Industry Show. This is North America's largest premier trade show dedicated to all aspects of kitchen and bath design for interior designers and manufacturers. I am writing my next article about the universal design and accessible features in my kitchen.”
Peyton Sefick is the Project Coordinator of the Fitness Inclusion Network based out of the Burton Blatt Institute at Syracuse University. Nienke Dosa is a pediatrician with board certification in Neurodevelopmental Disabilities.
Jason P. Harris is joining the staff at the Burton Blatt Institute (BBI) at Syracuse University, as a Research Associate, working to advance the civic, economic, and social participation of people with disabilities around the globe.
BBI Chairman and University Professor Peter Blanck said today in Bloomberg news in regard to “blind workers” and “online hiring systems: "Attitudes about inclusion is the real problem," Blanck said. Jobs-page "accessibility is just a symptom."