The National Multiple Sclerosis Society, ESD, and the Accessibility Industry Association (AIA) are partnering to honor innovative products and services that help people with physical disabilities have equal access to technology. The awards, which will be presented at a gala Dinner with Da Vinci in Dearborn on Sept. 7, are designed to help people with physical disabilities have equal access to information and entertainment. The winners will receive a plaque and $1,000, and the event will raise awareness about the importance of disability accessibility in our society.
The awards honor the latest breakthroughs in the accessibility field. The Michigan Multiple Sclerosis Society, the National MS Society, and the Detroit Metroparks are the beneficiaries of the program. The winners are chosen from five categories: daily living, transportation and mobility, prosthetics, and environmental adaptation. The best design project is also recognized. Students with creative ideas are encouraged to submit their projects. Nominations are open until Sept. 30.
The da Vinci Awards for accessibility recognizes the latest innovations in adaptive technology. The annual ceremony is sponsored by the Michigan Multiple Sclerosis Society and supports the National Multiple Sclerosis Society of Michigan Chapter. Adaptive technology has transformed the lives of millions of people with disabilities. By recognizing these advancements, da Vinci winners help make the world more accessible for all. The program recognizes excellence in the fields of art, architecture, music, science, and education.
The da Vinci Awards program honors the latest advances in accessibility and helps the Michigan Multiple Sclerosis Society raise funds for research and advocacy. This annual awards event benefits the National Multiple Sclerosis Society Michigan Chapter. Nominations are open until Sept. 30. These prestigious awards are well worth attending. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s annual event celebrates the latest innovations in adaptive technology. There are also special award categories for a student’s work, and the Michigan chapter is proud to support it.
The FCC’s Sapolin Accessibility Awards honor organizations that make an impact on the lives of people with disabilities. This award honors innovations that advance the cause of inclusion and wellness. The award winners are recognized as innovators in five disability-related categories. The awards will also highlight the innovative technologies and innovations that improve accessibility. It is important to note that the National MS Society has one of the highest MS rates in the U.S.
The National MS Society’s Chair’s Awards for Accessibility honor the innovative products and services that improve the lives of people with disabilities. The National MS Society invites nominations from across the country and internationally to honor innovative products, standards, and advocacy initiatives that improve the lives of people with disabilities. For the first time, the award recognizes accessibility innovations in five categories: Communication/Education, Environmental Adaptation/Daily Living Aids, Prosthetics/Orthotics/Controls, Transportation, and Mobility, and Health Care.
The National MS Society also accepts nominations from all over the world. The awards honor innovations in five categories: Transportation and Mobility, Communication and Education, and Prosthetics/Orthotics/Controls. There are more than 200 categories, and more than 400 entries in each category are recognized for their innovative products. The National MS Society is looking to celebrate the many innovations that improve the lives of people with disabilities. The award ceremony is held each December. The FCC is the host of the virtual event.
The Discovery Museum recently received the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ 2018 LEAD(r) Community Asset Award. The award was presented to CEO Neil Gordon during the Georgia Aquarium’s August 11 ceremony. The museum’s Executive Director is proud to accept the award. The organization is committed to improving accessibility, enhancing public participation, and enhancing artistic expression. In addition, the Discovery Museum will continue to grow its program.
The Discovery Museum is honored to be the recipient of the John F. Kennedy Center for the Performing Arts’ 2018 LEAD(r) Community Asset Award for Arts and Disability. The award will be presented during a ceremony on August 11, 2018. For more information, visit the Discovery Museum’s website. The organization’s CEO Neil Gordon will receive the award. The LEAD(r) Community Asset Awards will be announced in April 2019.