'Good Housekeeping' Publishes Its First Accessibility Issue

Iconic brand Good Housekeeping is offering what it calls its first accessibility issue. The guest editor is actor Ali Stroker, the first person in a wheelchair ever to appear on the cover. 

The May/June issue includes a variety of accessibility coverage, including articles by disabled people about their experiences, and it will continue to provide such content.  

The goal, in part, is to “foster a sense of kinship and understanding between disabled and nondisabled people,” says Jane Francisco, editor in chief of Good Housekeeping.

In addition, Good Housekeeping seeks to represent a broad spectrum of disability and include lab-tested, best-in-class items and solutions to help make homes more accessible. 





Next story loading loading..