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Disability Events and Public Notices

Disabled World (disabled-world.com)

Revised/Updated: Tuesday, 11th February 2020

Synopsis:

Past and upcoming calendar of health and disability events. Includes public notices, awareness dates, conferences and conventions relating to disabilities.

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Disabled World calendar of public notices, upcoming and past events, lectures, and conferences related to health and disability issues that are taking place around the world.

People with disability and organizations that represent the interests of people with disabilities are encouraged to attend these meetings and events.

Those who plan to attend a venue and require accommodations should notify the event organizers as soon as possible to allow time to make any additional special arrangements.

The events listed below include rehabilitation and assistive technology shows and trade fairs, information and reports on health and disability events currently in progress, as well as news relating to previous events and happenings.

Guidelines to Make An Event Accessible to Persons with Disabilities

When planning events open to the public, be sure your organization's events are accessible for people with disabilities. For example the event may require a sign language interpreter, large print handouts, or simply making sure that the room you reserve is easily accessible.

A desktop calendar of events sits on a cluttered desk.
A desktop calendar of events sits on a cluttered desk.

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