The Past Is but a Steppingstone Toward the Milestones of the Future

2023-01-27T13:10:54-05:00January 27th, 2023|Accessibility, Albert's Thoughts, Education, Government, Technology|

As I look toward the future, full of untold opportunities, it is appropriate to reflect on the impact that 2022 has had on this journey we call life. I am undoubtedly grateful for the past, but I look forward to the future for all it holds. We must acknowledge recent events since the past informs

Should Characters With Disabilities Only Be Played by Actors With Disabilities?

2022-11-11T14:22:30-05:00March 22nd, 2022|Accessibility, Albert's Thoughts, Entertainment, featured|

When I was younger, I loved acting and performing in high school. Some of the roles I played were president of Almalou Records in “Bye Bye Birdie”, a degenerate gambler looking to play in the oldest established, permanent floating crap game in New York, in “Guys and Dolls”, and a knight of The Round Table in “Camelot”. I love theater, film, and all the other performing arts.

MBS’s Rhea Guntalilib Wrote a Book!

2022-03-11T14:12:30-05:00March 11th, 2022|Albert's Thoughts, Our Team|

“Rhea is a shining example of what access to the right tools means for promoting Ability while creating infinite possibilities in life. Her personal story of trials and tribulations should be an inspiration to us all.” --Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed., Founder and CEO of My Blind Spot Sharing the colorful realm behind the physical darkness

Situational Disability: The “Other” Disability

2022-02-14T17:24:09-05:00February 14th, 2022|Accessibility, Albert's Thoughts|

By Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed. My disability happened very quickly. My illness was like a freight train out of control without any chance of stopping. I entered the hospital with sight and weighing about 190 lbs. A short two months later, I survived my illness but happened to have been left completely blind and a

2022: The Year of People with Disabilities

2022-01-11T11:06:41-05:00January 11th, 2022|Accessibility, Albert's Thoughts, Education, Government, Technology|

By Albert J. Rizzi, M.Ed. As we turn the final page on 2021 and open a new chapter on 2022, it’s my sincere hope that we all experience a new year full of inclusion and life-changing possibilities. While I am a pragmatic realist, planning for the best but preparing for the worst, I think this


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