Accessibility

Cassie Wilson, center, was serenaded by her favorite band Homesafe after her spinal operation at Shriners Hospitals for Children-Portland.

Portland Shriners Hospital patient devises website for concertgoers with disabilities

The Portland Business Journal spotlighted Cassie Wilson’s efforts to publicize the accessibility of concert venues across the country. The article quotes Executive Director Bob Joondeph. Here’s the article: Shriners Hospital patient turns frustration over access at Portland music venues into an innovative website to help all wheelchair-bound fans. Cassie Wilson, center, was serenaded by her… Continue Reading Portland Shriners Hospital patient devises website for concertgoers with disabilities

Niko in front of a U.N. banner about including people with disabilities in UN development goals.

A bigger movement, by Niko Boskovic

Sixteen-year old Niko Boskovic won first place in a prestigious essay contest, and was selected as a delegate to an annual educational program.  But, the program sponsor, the Independent Order of Odd Fellows, withdrew his prize after learning Niko experiences autism and uses a letter board to communicate. Our attorneys worked with Niko and his family to… Continue Reading A bigger movement, by Niko Boskovic