Stories & Resources


Despite the progress we’ve made in dismantling barriers, there’s still more we can do. Advocating for a more inclusive world for children and young adults with disabilities can start with you. 

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Hand holding an image of justice scales representing the new DOE AT guidance for students with disabilities resources.

New assistive technology resources for students with disabilities

A visually impaired youth points while reading large print text that her teacher is holding in front of her.

Along the journey to a model program: improving literacy for children with disabilities in the Philippines

Hands holding a tablet displaying a science app, vector image

App accessibility checklist for low vision


Transition Talks workshop #1: Transition planning overview and series kick-off

A stick figure celebrating an event with their arms in the air, throwing confetti

Accessible events: A guide

Male teacher, vector image

Ten things I wish my TVI taught me about transition

Analía seating at a desk full of notebooks, school materials and her laptop

How a law student with deafblindness breaks barriers in Chile

A group of school aged children are parading with banners in celebration.

Why inclusion matters: defending disability rights for children in Mexico

A group of several young children and their caretakers seating on a colorful room

How we are empowering parents to advocate for children’s rights in Argentina

Lidiane at the center holding hands with two other women. They face the camera and stand behind a school colorful boar.

A mom’s advocacy for children with disabilities in Brazil

Vector image of a college student with a puzzled expression and a question above his head.

10 questions to ask when choosing a college

two textbooks with a question mark representing inaccessible print materials.

Ten spooky inaccessible assignments and how to fix them