I spotted this on the doors of traditionally marked restrooms at a medical clinic today. I thought it was a great way to adapt existing restrooms to be welcoming and accommodate options.2 participating Featuring fiction, poetry, nonfiction, and comics by 48 writers from around the world, QDA: A Queer Disability Anthology proves that intersectionality isn't just a buzzword. It's a penetrating and unforgettable look into the hearts and souls of those defi...2 participating Inspired by our new neighbor Accessible Travel I am posting a couple of resources. I was trained in this program - it's a very comprehensive assessment of recreation facilities compiled into a database of information about the sites, everything from how ... Hello! I would like to introduce you to: Accessible Travel: https://www.imzy.com/accessible_travel and Accessible Japan: https://www.imzy.com/accessiblejapan These are communities for people who love to travel, but just need a bit more help. People with ... The leaders of Inclusion thought you might also enjoy participating in Accessible Japan, so they've made it a part of their community neighborhood! Check out the rest of Inclusion community's neighborhood here. The leaders of Inclusion thought you might also enjoy participating in Accessible Travel, so they've made it a part of their community neighborhood! Check out the rest of Inclusion community's neighborhood here. This program provides video tours of Pacific Northwest recreation sites by a guide in a wheelchair. I have attended a free presenation as well, it was very helpful. Awesome - there's a preschool in Argentina that hired a teacher who has Downs Syndrome.