The Accessibility Support Center (ASC) is an organization created to approach accessibility issues from the medical field. Its main objective is to train personnel who can provide specific support to those who need actual support, while considering instruments that ensure accessibility and their effectiveness and effectiveness criteria for measurement.
The Accessibility Support Center (ASC), an organization created to approach accessibility issues from the field of health care, has the following six initiatives.
Messages from Project Mannager
I had suddenly lost consciousness back in August 2018. And woke up only after four long months. It is a time that did not exist in my life.
When I opened my eyes, the first thing I had realized is that I could not move my arms nor my legs. Actually, I could not move any part of my body at all (except blinking). I could not even talk as I was under the respirator.
This is when I had been told a shocking news that I had a severe form of Guillain-Barre Syndrome.
It has been good couple of years since then. As today, I am out of respirator and I can speak. Movements are back in some part of my body such as arms and a bit on the fingers. I guess I am processing myself better than before. Still, I need a powered wheelchair to move myself around.
Currently, I am engaged on accessibility projects, receiving various kind of support, and trying to extract something useful from my own experience of being unable to move or speak.
I felt in my skin how accessibility is key for disabled people to be able to reconnect with society. It is a must, and needed to be improved.