Disability Series Part 4: Universal Design

GUESTS: John Kemp President and CEO, Very Special Arts, Washington D.C. Ron Mace Director, North Carolina State Center for Universal Design Elinore Smith Founder and Coordinator, Concrete Change The Americans with Disabilities Act requires public buildings and public transportation be made accessible for those with disabilities. A concept called Universal Design aims to make everything inside the buildings accessible too — from wider doorways to light motion detectors to speech-activated software. Join Ray Suarez and guests for PART FOUR of a six-part series on disability: the future of accessibility.



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