Did you know that persons with disabilities make up to 22% of the population? This rises to 40% of the population over the age of 65. This is a market that no business can afford to ignore. Welcome to the Accessibility Solutions podcast, where we explore the intersection of accessibility, business success, and a more inclusive society. In this show, we discuss how making the world accessible is not only good for business but also a fundamental right for all individuals. Join Linda Hunt, an award-winning Accessibility Consultant, Speaker, and Author. Linda is the CEO of Accessibility Solutions, an accessibility consulting firm that aids businesses and organizations to remedy barriers for Persons with Disabilities. She is an advocate for all things related to accessibility, and a passionate champion for the rights of persons with disabilities. As the Treasurer of Citizens with Disabilities - Ontario and a member of The Rick Hansen Foundation - Accessibility Professional Network, Linda brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our discussions. Through engaging conversations, Linda shares her expertise, practical tips, and inspiring stories to help businesses become more accessible and inclusive. Each episode is designed to empower you with the tools, ideas, and inspiration needed to create an environment that welcomes everyone and drives business success. As a certified Community Champion on the United Nations Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities and its Optional Protocol, Linda brings a unique perspective to the podcast. Having personally experienced disability since 2004, she understands the challenges and opportunities that accessibility presents. Join us on this transformative journey as Linda, an engaging speaker on various accessibility topics, guides us towards a world free of barriers. Together, let's build a society where equal access and inclusion are the norm. Tune in to the Accessibility Solutions podcast and discover the profound impact of accessibility on businesses and the economy and why we should all be working towards Making the World Accessible.

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