7 Ways to Celebrate the ADA

The Americans with Disabilities Act is turning 27 on July 26. How are you going to celebrate? As we age, we don’t celebrate birthdays and anniversaries as frequently as when we were kids.  We tend to only pop open the champagne and celebrate the big ones, those divisible by 5 or 10.  That’s okay.  Everyone…

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What’s New for April 2017

In this issue: Mobile Studying ADA Compliance In Parks Class Action Lawsuit Filed Against New FDR Park Access Board: Don’t Be Messin’ with the ISA New Research Suggests Well-Meaning Disability Role-Playing Does More Harm than Good Accessibility Management: Why Do You Do What You Do? Are You Following Us On Facebook?  Here’s What You Are…

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For the Love of Accessibility & Inclusion

It’s February!  Valentine’s Day is here and love is in the air!  You know what I love?  I love. Love. LOVE! talking about accessibility, universal design and inclusion!  I’m an accessibility-geek.  But like the saying goes….Do what you love!  Love what you do!  I love that I have been able to talk to so many…

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Skulski Consulting Celebrates 1st Anniversary

Can you believe its been a year already!!?!!  Skulski Consulting is celebrating our one year anniversary.  And what an amazing year it has been!  We have had wonderful opportunities to building new relationships and work on many new projects that span the range of accessibility management and ADA/504 compliance.  Thank you to all of our…

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In Memoriam: Dr Edward J. Hamilton

In October, we lost one of the all-time greatest advocates for inclusive recreation, Dr. Ed Hamilton.  Ed graduated from the University of Maryland, Baltimore County with B.A. degree in psychology; the University of Maryland, College Park with a M.A. in Therapeutic Recreation; and Indiana University, with a PhD in Health and Human Performance. He held…

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Accessibility Management: Why Do You Do What You Do?

Man fishing along lakeshore seated in wheelchair next to park bench with fishing gear.

Last week while working on a new accessibility assessment project I had the unbelievable good fortune to make the acquaintance of Mr. Clarence Johnston of southern Ohio.  Mr. Johnston has a soft voice, beautiful smile and a passion for fishing.  From across the waterfront, he was mesmerizing.  Of course, from the photos here, many would think it…

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