What a Pinteresting Idea!
Pinterest, the design monolith widely known for cutesy inspirational quotes, complicated cupcake icing tutorials, and infinite wedding-palooza is more than what it appears. It’s a treasure trove of support ideas, resources and information. There’s an endless stream of ability focused content. Unconvinced? I’m sharing 5 pinteresting community living oriented ideas and products.
1. Expandable door hinges. For about $20 bucks a pop I can make my front door inclusively welcoming without a complicated renovation.
2. The StairSteady. This looks like a great way to allow safe access to basements for people with limited mobility. I’m thinking about tornado season for those of us living on the prairie.
3. This book lets you read like you have Dyslexia. I’m really into creative projects that offer insight into other perspectives and ways of living. Whenever I go to a training seminar I love this kind of immersive learning experience.
4. Enabled not Disabled poster. Who as a kid didn’t secretly want to go wild on a wheelchair?
5. The most crazy awesome piece of ear technology ever. It’s made by Design Affairs. Don’t worry if you can’t read their website, I can’t read German either. I love seeing attractive support tech. Seeing the captains of industry recognize that people with disabilities are a market worth catering to is a sign that advocates and people are getting heard.
Pinterest is particularly good for getting creative ideas on supporting children. A lot of teachers and parents are sharing techniques that are helpful for any kid that benefits from an adapted curriculum.
Are you exploring Pinterest for support solutions? If so, follow the board I manage with a few of my favorite pins here. Happy pinning!
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