Reviewed launches new category dedicated to accessibility
A new focus on adaptive products and accessible design
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Today, Reviewed is proud to announce the launch of a dedicated Accessibility category, focused on providing in-depth product insights for adaptive products, assistive technology, and accessible design for people with disabilities, people who are aging, and their caregivers.
While an estimated 15% of us live with some sort of disability, making informed product purchasing decisions continues to be a challenge. You can find high-quality, detailed product reviews for just about anything, but somehow not for this.
Rather, the disabled community and those who provide care have had to rely on word-of-mouth recommendations, or worse, frustrating trial-and-error experiments to achieve that which many people take for granted: mobility, independence, and dignity.
So we are doing our part to remedy that. Our new Accessibility coverage is led, edited, and written by people who are actually living with these challenges: disabled writers, aging-in-place experts, caregivers, and seniors. These are the true experts and their input is what will make our coverage most useful to the community we aim to serve.
We hope that you find value in what we provide. We've got dozens of articles and reviews already that should give a taste of what to expect: alarm clocks for the deaf, a unique and ergonomic chef's knife, and how these smart glasses help a blind person navigate the world around them—plus many more.
Watch this space, because we have big plans to grow! If you’re interested in contributing, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. We’re looking for experienced writers who can provide unique insight into the world of adaptive products.
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