DABC Celebrates Global Accessibility Awareness Day

DABC logo and text that says 'May 16th is Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD) GAAD highlights digital accessibility.' At the bottom is a graphic of three people in black, blue, and pink clothes. The second person uses a cane and is linking arms with the third person.

Today, DABC celebrates the 13th Global Accessibility Awareness Day (GAAD)! GAAD highlights and brings awareness to the importance of digital accessibility for people with all disabilities.

At DABC, we are constantly striving to make our services and resources more accessible to our clients and anyone else who may access them.

We recently began providing our flagship magazine, Transition, in both PDF and accessible text formats. Check out the magazine here:

We’re also working toward revamping our website to make it more streamlined and accessible! Early stages of this process involved asking the disability community for their input through an online survey, and direct discussions with people with various disabilities.

For more information about GAAD, visit: https://accessibility.day/.