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Should audible wayfinding be free?

At RightHear, we like to think about our solution as an “Audible Ramp”, because just like the physical ramp allows wheelchairs users to access spaces and be independent in them, similarly, RightHear does the same thing but for persons with orientation challenges, including people who are blind and visually impaired.

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Most Special Projects of 2019!

This year, just like last year, we surveyed the RightHear’s team and users asking what in their opinion are the most significant projects of the year. The projects are chosen by any aspect the voter wants. We asked them to choose the projects they think are unique and meaningful for

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How to Choose an ADA Consultant for Your Business

More than 60 million Americans live with a disability. The most common types include reduced mobility (affecting 1 in 7 U.S. adults) and impaired vision. The number of people with visual impairment or blindness in the United States is expected to soar to 8 million by 2050. In fact, more