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Level Up: Disability Employment in Gaming

By Grant Stoner As a medium, video games allow us to remain connected. Whether it’s long-distance relationships or friendships, or the inability to physically or cognitively access a space, gaming is crucial in creating lifelong memories. And for some individuals, it’s one
April 2, 2024

Leaning Into The Vision

Leaning Into The Vision “For I am about to create new heavens and a new earth. They shall build houses and inhabit them; they shall plant vineyards and eat their fruit. The wolf and the lamb shall feed together, the lion shall
April 1, 2024

Beyond Content Notices: Mental Health Accessibility in Gaming

Editor’s Note: This blog contains mentions of suicide, self-harm, and panic attacks. By Coty Craven Imagine this scenario: You’re enduring a depressive episode. You’re isolated, you’re no good at asking for help, or maybe mental health care is inaccessible to you. The
March 13, 2024

Taking Charge of Her Life, Althea Excels

Taking Charge of Her Life, Althea Excels A guest post by Joanne Malise, State Director for Living Innovations Rhode Island (Living Innovations is a service of Mosaic). Althea was about to be 18, the age most teens dream to reach. But the
February 29, 2024

Taking Charge of Her Life, Althea Excels

Taking Charge of Her Life, Althea Excels A guest post by Joanne Malise, State Director for Living Innovations Rhode Island (Living Innovations is a service of Mosaic). Althea was about to be 18. At 18, the age most teens dream to reach,
February 29, 2024

Love is Advocating for Accessible Public Transit

By Mike Ervin Every once in a while, I have what I call a “green-bus nightmare”: I’m out and about and all of a sudden, a public transit bus goes by and it’s painted green and there are three big steps inside
February 28, 2024
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