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Beyond Compliance: A Santa-Inspired Approach to Accessibility

Santa with a long white beard in a red cap putting his left arm on a shoulder of a brunette in a blue sweater. Both smile at camera.

As Disability Pride Month draws to a close, it’s essential to reflect on the significance of accessibility and inclusion for people with disabilities. Allow me to share a heartwarming experience from last year when I met Santa in Rovaniemi, Finland. This encounter beautifully illustrates the importance of going beyond mere compliance.

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Why Do You Draw With Your Left Hand?

A light skinned left hand with a blue brush pen over a left handed notebook on a table with cherry design.

That’s the question I was asked by teachers when I was in elementary school. My class was tasked to paint a wall mural in the hall of a school for the deaf. Some teachers walked by as we painted. They were bothered that I used my left hand to paint and asked me why. My answer was simple: “I’m left handed.” What else to say? 🙂

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