What About Cooking in the Dark - Part 1

A cup of black coffee. White sugar falls in the coffee from a spoon.
 

Dinning in the Dark made me wonder about other things, like how it would be to cook in the dark.  How can you identify the right condiments, and not end up putting salt instead of sugar in the coffee (I have seen it happen!).  Or even something as basic as avoid burning yourself while taking a dish out of the oven would be harder if you could not see.

Traveling By Plane With Your Service Animal

 

If you have a service dog, odds are that you already know what to do when planning to fly with your dog. However, it is still good to remember a few important steps you should take in order to have a smoother trip. These steps are specially important now that there is an increasing number of people traveling with “fake” Emotional Support Animals (ESA).  These people are making it more difficult for the ones with real ESA or guide dogs to fly.

We Will Not Go Quietly- Another Denial of Access

Judy Matthews and her guide dog Keets
 

By our advisory group member and friend Juddy Matthews.

Today started out like any other typical work day, with an early arrival at the office, a brief informational meeting, and taking care of odds and ends.

Dicapta Receives Resources for Technology Innovation

Girl and a woman look a laptop screen
 

The U.S. Department of Health & Human Services, through the Administration for Community Living (ACL), has given Dicapta resources for the first stage of its project “Digital Aided Descriptions (DAD): An application to encourage learning through creativity and dialogue.”

Discovery en la Escuela Content Now Accessible

Girl with headphones listens video on a tablet. A descriptive phrase comes out of the headphones
 

Today is a day to celebrate!  We are very pleased to announce that the wonderful audiovisual content of Discovery en la Escuela is accessible starting today.