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Elements of Service Featured on No. 1 Travel Radio Show!

Robert and Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa on set of their podcast
I was thrilled to be interviewed by Robert and Mary Carey and Rudy Maxa, hosts of the RMWorldTravel radio show—America’s #1 travel radio show—on June 1, 2019.... read more

A High-Minded High-End Approach To Dementia Care

Part of a residential suite in Chelsea Court Place.
Peter’s latest article for Forbes.com highlights a driven hotelier and philanthropist’s efforts to create a super high-end dementia care residence company that not only fills a growing need for beds but also enables him to fund research in dementia care that will benefit far more than just the wealthy... read more

Lego’s Braille Bricks Aren’t Just for Kids

I wrote a piece about Lego’s announcement about developing Braille Bricks for blind children hoping it would spur debate, and was pleased when KCBS Radio in San Francisco reached out... read more

The Coming Web Crack-Up

Computer screen reading 'access denied' illustrates the effects of inaccessible technology on those whom it excludes. via GETTY. Web pages that don’t pass the accessibility sniff test continue to deny important life tasks to people with disabilities, even though the tools for changing this are impossible to avoid for any conscientious developer.... read more

A Film Festival That Really Is For Everybody

A child rides on an amusement park swing set. MOONLIGHT SONATA: DEAFNESS IN THREE MOVEMENTS AT REELABILITIES FILM FESTIVAL
Going to the movies has, for people with disabilities, typically required compromise. For wheelchair users, simply getting into a cinema can present a challenge; for the visually impaired and the hard of hearing, figuring out what is happening onscreen—even with the aid of assistive technology such as hearing induction loops and audio description transmitters—demands a lot of guesswork.... read more