As Rosh HaShanah approaches, a honest look at living with mental illness and grappling with forgiveness. Read Sharon's submission in the New Normal.
With 15% of the world’s population living with some form of disability, making apps more accessible is an important, but often overlooked, part of the app design process. Types of disability that might affect a user’s experience include hearing
Dana was featured in Episode 94 of the Strong Women's Club Podcast. Dana knew how to take advantage of a surprising opportunity and turn it into a global social enterprise. Takeaways and resources from this episode: Keep an open mind and an
PEAT, the Partnership for Employment and Accessible Technology, asked Dana Marlowe of Accessibility Partners, LLC: "If you were riding in an elevator with a Fortune 500 CEO, what’s your pitch for why hiring people with disabilities is important to
Join us in the Elm City at the Grove to celebrate Global Accessibility Awareness Day on May 18, 2018. Details Mindfulness is not just for meditation now—it’s digital. May 18th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD). The purpose of GAAD is
Thank you to everyone who attended our two sessions this year at the CSUN Assistive Technology Conference. We were blown away by the conference attendance this year, and grateful for the opportunities to connect. If you're interested in our
Check out Sharon in the newly released video from Connecti.tech about Women in Tech week:
Check out FemFounder's Q&A with Dana Marlowe in this fun Entrepreneur Interview.
Thank you to GOBanking Rates for including us as #3 in your list of 50 Businesses That Are Changing the World Today! See us and the 49 other awesome businesses at the GoBanking Rates site.
Thank you Kol HaBirah for including us in your write-up on Jewish Disability Advocacy Day on Capitol Hill in Washington D.C. The Congressional panels were the best part for Sharon Rosenblatt, director of communications at Accessibility Partners,