Can You Tell the Difference Between Accommodation and Accessibility?
Katie Rose Guest Pryal

Accessibility should always be the default. It’s about making things accessible to everyone, whether disabled or not. I think if we saw organizations and companies making more of a genuine effort to offer accessible products and services, everyone would benefit from that.

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