When people think of diversity, they generally think of racial and cultural differences. One school is working to raise awareness a different type of diversity -Neurodiversity; the practice of acknowledging differences in learning.
The College of William and Mary has established the Neurodiversity Initiative, which will allow for a more hospitable environment for students with cognitive differences.
Lydia Brown, a recent guest speaker on campus gave a presentation titled “Politicized Disability and the Crisis of Disabled Oppression. Brown stated, “We should build communities that actually uplift people not in spite of their afflictions but because of them,”
October 15 is International Blindness Awareness Day as well as White Cane Safety Day. The white caneWhitehouse Spotlights Disability Employment
This month the Obama administration is recognizing "Champions of Change" by honoring ten individualsCWU Student Creates Revolutionary Text-to-Speech Reader
Spencer Graffe, a senior in Central Washington University’s Computer Science Program, has helped