11 May Art & Accessibility: Tip #9 May 11, 2018 Art, Educators, For Artists, For Educators, For Organizations, For the Public Accessibility, Ohio Arts Council 0 Art & Accessibility Tip #9: What to know when writing about disability When writing about people with disabilities, do you ever wonder if you’re saying the “right thing?” The National Center on Disability and Journalism has a Disability Language Style Guide to assist you in writing. And remember: When in doubt, put the person first. For more accessibility ideas from local, regional, or national websites, contact Kim Turner, the accessibility coordinator at the Ohio Arts Council, at firstname.lastname@example.org. The Ohio Arts Council believes that everyone has the right of equal access to the arts. Each month, the ArtsOhio newsletter includes an accessibility tip for arts organizations. For additional accessibility resources, visit oac.ohio.gov/About/About-the-Council/Accessibility. ABOUT THE OHIO ARTS COUNCIL The Ohio Arts Council is a state agency that funds and supports quality arts experiences to strengthen Ohio communities culturally, educationally, and economically. Connect with the OAC on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, or visit our website at oac.ohio.gov. ### Article by Kim Turner, Investment Associate and ADA Coordinator Comments are closed.