AbiliTrek Blog

A Preview: Gearing Up for the Accessibility Awareness Event

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As the day of the Accessibility Awareness Event approaches, we at AbiliTrek are getting more and more excited! Details Come join us on September 29, 2018, from 1:00pm-4:00pm, at the Fairhaven Green in Bellingham, Washington. If you are not able to attend this event in person, AbiliTrek will also be streaming live, so support us on […]

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Why So Many Questions?

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Consumers have asked us why we ask so many questions on our platform.   Our Response: In developing our platform, we took into account that disability is not “one size fits all”; disability is so diverse. Blindness, deafness, as well as mobility needs are all on a spectrum; even two people with the same diagnosis […]

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For Immediate Release: Accessibility Awareness Event (AAE)

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On September 29, 2018, from 1:00pm-4:00pm there will be an accessibility awareness event thrown at the Fairhaven Green in Bellingham, Washington. Many local organizations dedicated to advocating for people with disabilities are coming together to continue to change the perception of disability in our society. AbiliTrek will be one of these companies and will be […]

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Defying the Defined Disability: A Platform within a Platform

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On November 3 & 4, 2018, our Chief Accessibility Officer, Kyann Flint will glide across the stage while competing for the title of Miss Washington, USA. Kyann will be one of the first women who uses a wheelchair to compete for the title and potentially be the first to run for the title of Miss […]

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Two Candlewood Suites: One ADA, One Not

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This past week, our Chief Accessibility Officer, Kyann Flint, traveled to Fort Collins, Colorado. During her journey, she stayed at two Candlewood Suites; one was labeled as ADA compliant, one was not. ADA compliant means that the room complies with the standards set by the Americans with Disabilities Act. Even though the ADA was intended […]

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