When retailers create products to accomodate the special needs community, everyone wins!
The world is becoming a more accessible place due to the example Target is setting in putting a Caroline's Cart in nearly every store, nationwide!
Put in intensive care for the first few months of his life and diagnosed with Cerebral Palsy shortly thereafter, Eric Barnett’s doctors never could have predicted that at age 16, he would summit the Sydney Harbour Bridge.
National PLAY-DOH Day is here again. Celebrated annually across the globe since 2006, this yearly event is a perfect excuse to use our imaginations (not to mention our fine motor and sensory skills). The holiday that continues to captivate the imagination and spur creations is not only fun, but functional.
Did you know that PLAY-DOH was originally a wallpaper cleaner invented in the 1930s by Noah McVicker for Krogers Grocery? The grocery store was seeking a way in which to help clients clean coal residue from the walls. Back then, coal was the primary heating source.
The “100 Cameras Project” is on a mission. From the team that brought you “Project This,” a program featured in the award-winning documentary “Shooting Beauty” comes the opportunity to equip 100 individuals who have an intellectual or developmental disability with an accessible camera and a mission to focus on their picture voice.