Pour trouver les bonnes réponses, il faut d'abord poser les bonnes questions.

Pour le lancement du programme Google Impact Challenge : Handicap, nous avons demandé aux utilisateurs de poser des questions sur le thème suivant : comment créer un monde plus accessible pour tous ? Cliquez sur les points ci-dessous pour consulter les idées proposées, qui nous ont permis de lancer le projet.

  • What if a mobile phone case could give braille feedback to make any smartphone accessible to the visually impaired?parS. Dogan
  • What if every beach was accessible for wheelchair users to take leisurely strolls on the sand?parPaula
  • What if captioning was the norm and not an afterthought in higher education?parDon
  • What if people with Autism were able to communicate effectively with the people in their lives and get what they needed?parLynn
  • What if people with intellectual impairments, who are without family or friends, were matched with voluntary citizens in supportive authentic relationships?parMichelle
  • What if my son could know when an epileptic seizure is about to arrive?parHenning
  • What if mobile phones could read and translate sign language?parAnon
  • What if blind people could read movies using Braille?parHardhik
  • What if a smartwatch could listen for deaf people and speak for mute people?parRobin
  • What if every car had the ability to have hand controls for people who are in wheelchairs?parScott
  • What if hearing aids were small yet extremely affordable for everyone including the poor?parMatt
  • What if airlines had a plane to accommodate passengers in wheelchairs with wider aisles and a bigger bathroom?parMatt
  • What if being paralyzed didn’t hamper your ability to interact with the internet and computers?parSam
  • What if there were verbal forms I could fill out with my voice so I could file a legal document even if I can’t write?parPamela
  • What if people with cognitive disabilities had virtual health and wellness coaches that provided accessible training and information?parShea
  • What if desks could adapt to students’ disabilities and provide the necessary tools for their proper education?parAlexandre
  • What if my son who has autism could get help in all social situations when he is feeling awkward?parSrinivas
  • What if we could guarantee public transportation for all people with disabilities?parAnon
  • What if psychiatric disabilities were treated the same as physical disabilities in the community?parAnon
  • What if adaptive utensils were easy to acquire?parAnna
  • What if people with early stage Alzheimer’s could use wearables to live independently and support each other as long as possible?parPranesh
  • What if blind people had better access to campuses so they are more likely to pursue a college degree?parEelke