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Lucy Morrissey - Sep 23, 2016

This month has been all about the fast-approaching deadlines for accessibility compliance in the United States. Here’s what to know. 

Deanna White - Sep 16, 2016

You've heard the term: Section 1557's Final Rule--but what's it all about?

Section 1557, the nondiscrimination provision of the Affordable Care Act, has been in effect since 2010. The Department of Health & Human Services issued Section 1557’s Final Rule in May 2016. It went into effect July of the same year.

Deanna White - Sep 12, 2016

The Government of Canada is currently holding consultations on its planned accessibility legislation through online questionnaires, a one-day national forum for youth with disabilities on Nov. 1, 2016, in Ottawa, and via in-person sessions across major cities in Canada. In-person sessions start September 2016 and run until February 2017.  View the schedule and how to participate.  

Lucy Morrissey - Aug 30, 2016

With August wrapping up, it’s time for your monthly roundup of T-Base Stories. Here are a few of the biggest accessibility stories—in healthcare, government and social-networking—to hit your news feeds this month.

Lucy Morrissey - Aug 22, 2016

Great news: three Canadian students, doing outstanding work in and outside of the classroom, have won funds to put toward their educational pursuits.

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