Top 10 Disability Influencers You Should be Following on Twitter

When it comes to social media, the disability community is often overlooked. However, these advocates use their voices to promote inclusion and awareness, inspiring thousands of followers to speak up about disability issues.

At AbleLight, we appreciate the thought-provoking and important subjects and content each of these influencers bring to Twitter. Check out some of the featured influencers below and give them a follow!

Denise Brodey

@dbrodey

Denise is a journalist covering the disability space. You can find her work at Forbes, Thrive, USA Today, Glamour Magazine and Disability:IN to name a few. As a person with a learning disability, she is a voice of the people and for the people.

Global Disability Inclusion

@GlobalDisabilit

This company builds comprehensive disability inclusion programs for global organizations, focusing on the workforce, workplace and marketplace.

Andrew Pulrang

@AndrewPulrang

Founder of Disability Thinking, Andrew is a consistent contributor to Forbes, and is also the co-founder of the hashtag, #CripTheVote. He has a strong voice in disability issues and bringing different angles to light that many people don’t touch on.

Microsoft Accessibility

@MSFTEnable

This account is strictly dedicated to updating the Twitter universe with the news and insights from the Microsoft Accessibility sector. Anything from their newly designed game controller that anyone can use, accessibility training courses to bios on their executive team that have disabilities.

The Arc of the United States

@TheArcUS

The Arc is the largest national community-based organization advocating for and with people with intellectual and developmental disabilities (I/DD) and serving them and their families.

Disability Horizons

@DHorizons

Disability Horizons is an online lifestyle magazine and education platform. Everything they do supports an inclusive world for all.

Disability:IN

@DisabilityIN

Disability:IN is the leading nonprofit resource for business disability inclusion worldwide. Their vision is to collaborate with purpose to promote the full inclusion of people with disabilities, to inspire accessible innovation for all, and to foster cultures of inclusion.

Jonathan Hassell

@jonhassell

Jonathan is one of the top digital usability & accessibility thought leaders in the world. CEO and founder of Hassell Inclusion, he leads Hassell Inclusion’s team of accessibility experts providing strategic accessibility transformation services to organizations worldwide.

Getting Hired

@gettinghired

Getting Hired is a recruitment solution dedicated to helping inclusive employers hire professional individuals, graduates and veterans with disabilities.

Rebecca Cokley

@RebeccaCokley

Rebecca Cokley is a lifelong disability rights activist, thought leader, and Director of the Disability Justice Initiative at the Center for American Progress.

These are our top ten Twitter influencers with so many more that are making such a difference each day. Who are some of your top people or companies that you follow? Reach out to us on Twitter at @AbleLightUSA!