Meg Wallace

How to rate public venue accessibility: A primer

Mobilize Waco, an initiative of the Amberley Collaborative, is encouraging Wacoans to use an app called iAccessLife to rate businesses and public venues for accessibility. On iAccessLife, users can post a star rating for the accessibility of any venue’s entrance, restroom, parking, and interior, as well as leave a written review. Then others can check …

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Voting during Covid: A Q&A with election administrator Kathy Van Wolfe

McLennan County, Texas, elections administrator Kathy Van Wolfe kindly sat down for a Q&A with the Amberley Collaborative to clear up questions about voting during the Covid pandemic—especially for voters who have a disability that makes voting in person less safe this year. Thank you, Kathy! We appreciate your commitment to our community, especially in …

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ABLE accounts for people with disabilities:
A Q&A with attorney Elisa Rainey

People with disabilities who are receiving SSI (Supplemental Security Income) benefits or Medicaid need to be careful about how they manage their funds because their benefits can be reduced or discontinued if they receive or save too much money. But it can be very difficult to meet monthly expenses without exceeding those limits. Even modest …

ABLE accounts for people with disabilities:
A Q&A with attorney Elisa Rainey
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