Focusing on Disability in New Jersey and Beyond
Lens15 Media makes accessible, multi media journalism for an about people with disabilities. We identify the disability angle in every news story and help other real and virtual spaces become more accessible.
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How can NJ teachers keep disabled students safe?
To protect students with disabilities, NJ teachers require a new skillset,Read more at Lens15 Substack
How safe are NJ's schools for students with disabilities?
Educators lack guidance on how to safely evacuate or shelter students with disabilities during an emergency.Read more at TAPinto
For some in NJ's disabled community, food pantries are a lifeline.
A food pantry in Edison provides meals to people with disabilities as grocery prices rise.Read more at Lens15 Substack
New Jersey’s Disabled Community Feels Inflation the Most
High grocery prices are making it even more challenging for people with disabilities to put food on the tableRead more at TAPinto
Do talking traffic signals make New Jersey's streets more accessible?
Not all visually impaired people need to hear traffic signals, an NJ mobility trainer saysRead more at Lens15 Substack
Hearing Your Way Through An Intersection
Some NJ municipalities might be breaking the law because their intersections aren't accessible for people with visual disabilitiesRead more at TAPinto
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