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*UPDATED* Rethinking Disability - Creating a Culture of Accessibility - Shared screen with speaker view
Ellen Yezierski
08:23
Thank you, Dan, for modeling best practices for accessibility with Zoom presentations!!
Carla Myers
14:46
Yes! I was shocked by that too.
Christy Perry-Owens
15:10
The inappropriate questions always get me! We would never ask those type of things of a typically sized person.
Becky Dysart
15:22
I think people say this out of ignorance. Often they do not mean to offend. However, this must just cut to the core.
Krista McDonald
15:30
I was agreeing that I was appalled
Alicia Castillo Shrestha (she/her)
17:20
I've seen that video before (in another of Dan's presentations) and it's always so powerful. It makes me really reflect on how I speak to my children about people that are different and how I react to when I see difference myself, particularly identities that I don't know a lot about or have experienced myself.
Carla Myers
21:27
That looks like German. I worry it's from their eugenics movement
Cara Calabrese
21:47
something about a new way to approach a condition?
Carla Myers
22:38
This is horrible and heartbreaking.
Ellen Yezierski
23:48
That message/image is simply nauseating. Appreciate the connections to current policy, beliefs, culture!
Breanna Robinson
24:28
The historical perspective is very helpful and so necessary.
Tracey Soppanish
28:18
Crip Camp also shows Judy and her amazing growth throughout the movement
Krista McDonald
28:20
for people who have Netflix, watch Crip Camp.
Cheryl Chafin
30:51
My ex husband has a form of muscular dystrophy that affects how he walks. He wears leg braces to help with this. He has a handicap placard because of this. Your wouldn’t believe the number of people that look at him and ask why he is parking handicap because he looks normal. If they would look at his closely they would be able to tell that he doesn’t walk normal. People are so insensitive
Becky Dysart
32:11
The challenge is that many disabilities are not visible and people make judgements based on their understanding of "normal".
Cheryl Chafin
34:23
I had to learn not to respond to their comments because if I said something to defend him, he was even more embarrassed. The whole situation was just terrible
Sean Poley
34:38
The Miller Center is presenting a Crip Camp Virtual Disability Culture Film Screening & Conversation on 10/21 - https://events.miamioh.edu/event/cripcampscreening#.X3YQZpNKg1J
alexanpk
35:23
If you grew up in a family with a handicapped member, you learn respect yearly. Mother always told us never to stare. The handicapped person was thrilled to tell us what wasn't right with them. They would rather explain than have people stare at them.
alexanpk
36:00
That is EARLY not yearly.
Breanna Robinson
40:00
I learned respect early, but I did not learn inclusive language or how to be helpful to people with disabilities. In doing DEI work currently, I think we need to do a better job of being more inclusive and expanding our understanding of diversity.
Ellen Yezierski
42:13
^^
Gwenmarie Ewing
47:01
I lived in the UK for several years and worked in equality in arts and learned (and experienced) how their national health service and strong social welfare have made it so much easier for people with different abilities to be equal members of society which means less stares and rude questions.
Gwenmarie Ewing
50:05
The labels used
alexanpk
50:46
I've never had this opportunity either.
Leah Janssen
50:51
adding captions, be mindful of color contrast on PPT slides, not use distracting slides, don’t rush through slides
Cheryl Chafin
51:16
mental health disorders can be disabling as well and stereotyped
Alicia Castillo Shrestha (she/her)
51:17
Physical accessibility to rooms/buildings
Debbie Vogt
51:19
I've not had this training either
Krista McDonald
51:28
always use the mic if you are presenting.
Alicia Castillo Shrestha (she/her)
51:43
Use of Alt text
Lisa Grant
51:49
I think it's important to ask a person if they need help rather than just assuming that they do. If a disabled person needs help, ask them if they need help. For example, if you're at a store and things are out of reach.
Ann Updike
51:54
how to talk about persons with disability, how to ask if the people wants help.
Becky Dysart
52:56
Staff Development and others have invited Opportunities for Ohioans to come to campus and provide a workshop on how to approach, interact with those that have disabilities. We offer this workshop several times a year.
Becky Dysart
53:43
We hope to get back to this when it is safe to meet in groups.
Kenya Ash
54:55
Thank you for mentioning that Becky. OOD presented during last year's conference as well. I believe that they are available to come upon request in addition to the staff development workshops.
Becky Dysart
56:44
OOD.gov/ These workshops are at no cost to the institution. It is a service provided by the State of Ohio.
Becky Dysart
58:23
ood.ohio.gov is the correct website.
Jayne Whitehead - Miami
58:47
Thanks!
Kenya Ash
01:01:59
handicapped parking
Emma Lester
01:02:01
handicap spot :(
Debbie Vogt
01:02:22
accessible
Kenya Ash
01:02:33
Thank you so much for raising that issue.
Breanna Robinson
01:03:02
Thank you, Dan.
Stephanie Dawson
01:04:40
Many people report increased use of accessible entrances during the pandemic as way to avoid high touch surfaces such as door handles.
Ann Updike
01:18:05
Thank you so much, Dan. I learned so much that I'll make use of!
Carla Myers
01:18:07
This was wonderful! Thank you Dan!
Kenya Ash
01:18:11
This was fantastic! Thank you Dan.
Breanna Robinson
01:18:15
Very well done! Thank you!
Maureen Cunningham
01:18:19
Thank you for a great presentation Dan!
Collin Baer
01:18:25
good stuff, Dan!
Lori Gouvan
01:18:29
Thank you so much for this wonder presentation.
Lisa Grant
01:18:29
Thank you!
Mecca Abdul-Aziz
01:18:40
This was amazing Dan, thank you!
Carrie Powell
01:18:41
Thank you Dan!
Debbie Vogt
01:18:41
Thank you very enlightening presentation.
Samantha Buchholz
01:18:48
Thank you so much!
Becky Dysart
01:18:51
So informative. I learned some new things! Thank you for putting this together.
Leah Janssen
01:18:51
thank you so much - this was so helpful
Zachary Scheyer
01:18:51
This was extremely insightful, and helpful! Thank you!
Ellen Yezierski
01:18:53
Meaningful, scholarly, and actionable -- Thank you, Dan!!
Stephanie Dawson
01:18:53
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Cara Calabrese
01:18:53
Thank you
Emily Dreisbach
01:18:57
Thank you so much! This was wonderful!
Gail
01:19:01
Thank you.....great presentation.
alexanpk
01:19:10
Everyone should remember that just because you are able now, it could happen to you anytime
Jayne Whitehead - Miami
01:19:34
Thanks Dan
Lisa Portwood
01:23:30
Thank you for sharing the history too. I feel like in order for us to move forward we need to understand where we came from as well.