American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center

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American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center
American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center is listed in the Thrift Stores category in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Displayed below are the social networks for American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 87.

Contact information for American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center is:
6731 W Greenfield Ave
Milwaukee, WI 53214
(414) 302-5123

"American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center" - ZapScore Report

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American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center has an overall ZapScore of 87. This means that American Council of The Blind Thrift Store and Donation Center has a higher ZapScore than 87% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Milwaukee, Wisconsin is 38 and in the Thrift Stores category is 47. Learn more about ZapScore

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Kim Charlson, ACB President, is quoted in this article.
The autonomous vehicle revolution could be especially helpful to a population that struggles with access.

American Council of the Blind shared a link.
An innovative new tool has made it easier for deaf-blind people to enjoy television. The technology compiles subtitles and quickly transmits it to Braille via an app eliminating the need for an intermediary.

American Council of the Blind shared a link.
OneNote now has a simpler navigation scheme for all devices.

This blog post for the AAPD Technology Forum was written by Tony Stephens, Director of Advocacy and Governmental Affairs for the American Council of the Blind.
This week, on the eve of Global Accessibility Awareness Day, disability advocates and technology leaders joined in a tour of Local Motors office.

ACB was fortunate to join other disability advocates at Local Motors this week, to explore the future of micro-manufacturing and accessible autonomous vehicles. Their partnership with IBM offers great potential toward making fully accessible vehicle’s of the future. #GAAD To learn more about Local Motors, visit: www.localmotors.com
IBM is teaming with the Consumer Technology Association (CTA) Foundation and Local Motors to create the world’s most accessible, self-driving vehicle. By lev...