Access is a Twofold Issue

I talk about access a lot, and the mechanics of making environments accessible to as many people as possible. Concepts like universal design, and the idea that starting from the premise that all spaces should be accessible results in more powerful, useful, flexible design. One thing I don’t address as much is the other side […]

Health Care Realities: Samples

People often express a naive and rather touching belief that people who really need assistance with health care costs in the United States can get it, despite ample evidence to the contrary. Sure, there are high profile cases in the media now and then covering people who clearly need health care and are not getting […]