The fact that CODA won big at the Oscars is a huge victory in terms of representation for the members of the deaf community.
Last March 11, we celebrated Dicapta’s EnhAccess Advisory Group Kickoff Meeting.
We are glad to announce that the Parents of Children With Impediments Association (known by its Spanish acronym APNI) dedicated their Annual Conference to Dr. Juanita Rodríguez, a member of our Advisory Group.
Accessibility should be considered in the planning of any event. Here, Megan Dausch, from Helen Keller Services, discusses different online meeting platforms from the perspective of preparing a webinar presentation.
Cine con Sentido is an initiative by Dicapta and Canal 22 Internacional created to highlight the benefits of making, offering, and enjoying accessible audiovisual content in Spanish, supporting in this way the inclusion of our Latino Community.
We welcome our new fantastic Television Partner: WIPR. This channel joins us in our initiative Enhanced Access to Video for Students with Sensory Disabilities through Emerging Technology (EnhAcceSS), funded by the U.S. Department of Education.
The 24-hour virtual Global Disability Youth Summit (GDYS) was held the past 14 of January. The first one of its kind, the GDYS was a showcase for the innovations that young people with disabilities have created at the regional, local, and global levels. During the event, Nefertiti Matos Olivares, our Partnership Development Coordinator, showcased the capabilities of All4Access.
HITN and Dicapta Join Forces to Make Network's Content/Programming More Accessible to People with Sensory Disabilities
HITN, the leading Spanish-language network that offers educational and entertainment content to more than 40 million households across the United States, announced today its partnership with Dicapta to make its programming more accessible to people with sensory disabilities.
We are thrilled with the most recent podcast episode of Reid My Mind featuring Dicapta's President, Maria Victoria Diaz. Reid My Mind is hosted and produced by Tom Reid. Tom, like Maria Victoria, has Hispanic roots, loves music, advocates for accessibility, and is a tech geek.