ABILITY ANYWARE DIGITAL QUARTERL​Y

(AADQ)


Welcome to our website!  At Ability Anyware Digital Quarterly (AADQ), we work diligently to curate content that facilitates the accessibility, digital literacy, creativity, and dignified recognition of individuals with disabilities.  This includes technology and personal products, as well as disability-related services and training for persons with disabilities across gender, ethnicity, cultural background, and age.  We consider disability diversity (hearing, visual, cognitive, ambulatory, self-care, independent living) to support the interests of our subscribers.


Ability Anyware was founded by Lexington School for the Deaf/4201 Schools alumnae. Individuals with visible and invisible disabilities guide the content in our magazine. 


Blind visitors, "World Map of Virtual Clouds" painting by Deaf artist at the top of each page on this site, illustration of white, fluffy, cotton-like clouds in shape of the continents floating over a blue sky. Also, external links embedded on our website connect to video sites containing a description section that describes the content in our videos.