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Wheelchair icon doesn’t represent all people with disabilities — especially those with visual, hearing, learning disabilities. Even many people with mobility disabilities don’t use wheelchairs. It also perpetuates the misconception of non-disabled people thinking that ALL people with disabilities need a wheelchair to access without realizing that accessibility is not one size fit for all people with disabilities. Accessibility icon needs to show something else than a wheelchair or even better be abstract.

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