This Sunday is the Oscars, and we’re rolling out the red carpet next week in California too. We’re under one week away to the glitzy international Assistive Technology Conference hosted by California State University, Northridge. We’ve got a lot of fun in the sun planned, starting with two sessions led by Dana Marlowe and Sharon Rosenblatt.
Our first is bright and early, at 9:00 AM PST on Wednesday, March 1, entitled Exhibiting Accessibility: How to Make Museums More Inclusive, and then on Thursday, March 2, Using Mindfulness to Accommodate Mental Health Disability, with a focus on how integrating accessibility in technological development can allow a user with a mental health disability to use awareness of the present moment as an accommodation.
If you won’t be around for the conference, reach out to us and we’ll be happy to send you an accessible copy of the presentation files.
There’s always a lot of learning to be had at the CSUN Conference and checking out the amazing vendor’s hall, so follow us on Facebook and Twitter @Access_Partners, as well as the conference hashtag: #CSUNATC17 We’re always on the lookout for new friends and old, and hoping to grow our staff. If you know anyone who may be interested in making the world a more inclusive and accessible place, reach out to us! We have openings for accessibility engineers.
Of course, it wouldn’t be Accessibility Partners if we didn’t reminisce about the good times from CSUN Conferences before 2017, so to close, here’s our blast from California past.
Feel free to reach out and say hi if you’re at the conference, we’d love to catch up!
The Accessibility Partners staff