Online service provides a platform for businesses to share accessibility features with the Disability Community

Internationally, the disability market represents an annual disposable income of $1 trillion – $490 billion in the US alone. Those in the disability community not only desire, but need and deserve access to grocery stores, hotels, restaurants, retail stores, gas stations, entertainment venues and more. 360-Access, a new online service offered internationally by disability/woman-owned technology company Abator, serves as a tool to help businesses communicate their accessibility information with potential consumers who have disabilities.

Created by Madonna Long and Joanne Peterson, both of whom live with disabilities, 360-Access is a web portal where businesses create an account and complete a simple survey documenting their accessibility factors, such as sidewalk widths, bathroom accessibility, employees who know American Sign Language and much more. Once a survey is submitted, it is then reviewed and accepted into the 360-Access

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Central State University announced Aug. 20 that it will receive a $2.2-million, five-year federal grant awarded by the U.S. Department of Education to help more students succeed in and graduate from college through its TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) department. Central State is only one of eight programs to receive this grant award.



a large brick building with grass and trees: An aerial view of the Central State University campus and its clock tower


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The TRiO Student Support Services federal program began in 1968 and is one of eight federal TRIO programs authorized by the Higher Education Act to help college students succeed in higher education.

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For more than 20 years, Central State University TRiO Student Support Services department has managed a comprehensive, researched-based program with measurable objectives that are aligned to the university’s mission and strategic goals.

It recognizes that students whose parents do not have a college degree

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A service offering website compliance to the WCAG and ADA has been launched by a marketing firm making full compliance 100% automatic, using machine-learning and computer vision technologies.

LANETT, AL / ACCESSWIRE / August 19, 2020 / Prediction Marketing has launched a 24 Hour Web Content Accessibility Guidelines (WCAG) and Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) compliance service for all website owners. This service helps businesses to avoid fines and lawsuits associated with violations of ADA compliance and opens up new markets for their goods and services.

For more information see http://predictiveinclusion.com

The launch of this Predictive Inclusion service was prompted after the company read reports about the rise in lawsuits against website owners that inadvertently violated provisions of the WCAG 2.1 & ADA. According to an article in the LA Times, this led to the U.S. Chamber of Commerce voicing concerns about the potential for a “tsunami of litigation” and

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