Article originally posted on Forbes.com
What do customers with disabilities want more than anything? To be treated like people first, people who also happen to have a disability. As we begin the holiday dash, these suggestions on everything from retail etiquette to online fixes for businesses—developed for and by people with disabilities—are worth sharing widely. Even bosses who may think they have the latest information on inclusion can learn a thing or two.
Many suggestions are low-cost and simple to implement. They include both what is required by law as well as how to go beyond the basics.
Read more about these tips and tricks from the American Association of People with Disabilities (AAPD), The Partnership on Accessibility (PEAT), Work Without Limits, Ask Earn, and The United Spinal Association.