Seeking people who use assistive tech for paid usability studies

Published on 08/05/2021

Anthro-Tech, a user-centered design, usability research and training firm based in Seattle & Olympia, is currently looking for participants for a study of a new Washington State Department of Transportation (WSDOT) website. The study will take place in the next couple of weeks. And, I’m also looking to build relationships to get the word out […]

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UW Research Study

Published on 06/29/2021

The University of Washington is conducting a research study called the ‘Community Health Study’. It is a telephone based health-coaching study for adults 45-64 years old that are living with a long-term health condition (e.g. Amputation, Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis) that started before age 40. Download The Flier for more information. . You need […]

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Understanding Ableism: Part VI – Everybody can work!

Published on 06/17/2021

We will be discussing society’s misguided beliefs about working with a disAbility and the effects of Ableism in the workplace. Thu, June 17, 2021 4:30 PM – 6:00 PM PDT About this event In this presentation in the Understanding Ableism series, participants will: • Identify the thoughts and behaviors behind Ableism in the workplace and […]

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Covid-19 Vaccination Program 5/2/21

Published on 04/23/2021

Alliance and The Arc of King County are co-hosting a vaccination clinic on Sunday, May 2nd at the Atlantic Street Boat Ramp in S. Seattle. This clinic is designed for the disability community which means the following: In-car or walk-up vaccination options ASL & Deaf-Blind interpreters upon request Easily available seating in all areas Close […]

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When can people with Disabilities and Caregivers Receive? The Covid-19 Vaccine

Published on 03/05/2021

Great News for COVID vaccines for People with Disabilities and care providers! On March 4th, 2021, Governor Inslee announced changes in the Washington State Vaccine Prioritization. The changes clarify guidance for paid and unpaid caregivers and add individuals with disabilities that are at high risk for COVID. For specific information, review the Department of Health’s […]

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