Tallahassee Magazine article

Building an Inclusive University

J.R. Harding was speaking literally when he said that there are doors that open for everyone and some that do not. While a 27-inch doorway is standard, he noted, 32 inches are required to allow for entry by wheelchairs. “You are going to hang a door, that’s a given, so why not make it 32?”…

SB 772:AT Follows the Child

One of the first columns I ever put together was on assistive technology for those who need it for communication. It was based on a 60 Minutes expose highlighting the power of a tablet to open doors to those who, for most of their lives, have been unable to communicate. Since then, I have written…