By: Chris Mackey
Technology is increasingly transforming the way we live our lives, shaping our communities and being used to improve public health practice. Both high tech and low-tech solutions can be game changers for people with disabilities. Whether it is health care settings with accessible tables, scales and other equipment, Universally Designed bicycle and pedestrian infrastructure, using adapted utensils in health education, or providing an accessible website, public health professionals should consider the needs of all participants. Inclusion can happen through planning and partnership!