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  1. Living with the visually impaired

    by Anneka

    Never in my wildest dreams did I think I'd live with someone who couldn't see. My roommate is not completely blind but he can't see past his feet. The first few weeks of living with him I treated him as if he was completely blind telling him where things were,...

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  2. Colorblind no more!

    by Anneka

    My roommate Zack has a cornea disorder where his cornea constantly changes. I was talking to him over the weekend and he was joking about how my shirt was torn in half from working out. I had a workout waist band on and a workout bra. I was extremely confused...

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  3. Silent Disabilities

    by Anneka

    Last week I came to a realization when meeting the newest staff member here at Knowbility, after hearing about her situations with her current employers. I completely knew where she was coming from and realized that is one of the original reasons i came to work with Knowbility. I'm both...

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  4. Survey monkey swings accessibly

    by Desiree

          A few months ago, I had tried to do a few things using the site called survey monkey.  I had tried creating my own survey, as well as taking surveys and had little success.  The forms were not tagged, the check boxes not labeled, and some of the buttons...

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  5. I love Ipod

    by Desiree

    Ok, so one of my greatest loves is music, and next to that, reading books.  I bought myself an ipod some months ago and it has been quite the adventure learning how to use it and make it accessible.  I used to cringe when I'd think about the ipod, knowing...

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