Empowering You

Inclusion for All Includes Disability

As people living with disabilities, we understand the challenges that the disability community encounters every day. Workspaces have largely shifted into remote positions. Brick & mortar businesses are forced to relocate online. With nearly one in five Americans living with disabilities, now is the time to invest in accessibility with our professional accessibility consultants.
Don’t leave the disability community behind.
You can take your first steps towards making your website and business more accessible, and taking a serious step towards a more accessible world. 

At Wandke Consulting, our accessibility consultants can help to educate your leaders on the importance of accessibility and empower others in advancing disability advocacy. Wandke Consulting is your premier resource for accessibility progress. As experts in the field of accessibility, we offer disability inclusion education and flexible web-accessibility consulting.

Accessibility is an investment that will not only benefit your customers but your company as a whole.

Download Our Top-10 Access Tips

We compiled our Top Ten Low Cost, High Impact solutions to make your organization more welcoming to people with disabilities. Accessibility and inclusion is important to us at Wandke Consulting. We can always, learn, grow, and do better to be more inclusive to more people. Use this as a guide to begin embedding accessibility and inclusion into the foundation of your company! This downloadable addresses:

  • 5 Reasons to Invest in Accessibility
  • Accessible document tips
  • Accessible video tips

Join Our Free Webinar!

Learn how to implement strategies to make your organization more accessible!

Day: February 9, 2021 Time: 2 PM EST/11 AM PST

Join us for our free webinar and take the first steps toward accessibility and inclusion! Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about tips and resources to make your business more accessible today. From website and zoom accessibility tricks, to how to arrange your company restroom, this experience will empower you to become a stronger ally for disability inclusion. 

In this webinar, you will learn:

  • Federal Standards
  • Best Practives 
  • Online Accessibility
  • Onsite Accessibility

Meet The Hosts

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Daman Wandke, MBA, is the Founder and CEO of Wandke Consulting. Beyond his roles at WC, Daman serves as an advisor for several non-profits and as a Disability Studies Instructor at Western Washington University. Daman Wandke has ten years of experience implementing web accessibility practices in the public and private sector, working with small local businesses to multinational corporations. In addition to providing access to the digital world, Daman also educates audiences, providing the framework of how to become an ally for the disability community. As someone living with a disability, Daman applies his unique perspectives on accessibility to create effective consulting practices for organizations aiming to be more inclusive. 

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Kyann Flint, the Director of Accessibility & Communications, is a passionate advocate for the disability community. Beyond her roles at Wandke Consulting, Kyann is the Executive Director of two non-profits with the mission of empowering the disability community. Kyann has served as a disability expert across a diverse range of audiences across all ages, titles, and abilities. Kyann held the title of Ms. Wheelchair Washington 2017 and placed 2nd runner-up at Ms. Wheelchair America 2018 where she received the Emerging Leader Award. As a person with a disability, Kyann strives to educate society on how social barriers limit the disability community and lives life with the motto of “Defying the Defined Disability”.


Want to learn more?

We empower organizations to become leaders in the movement towards disability inclusion. Visit our website to learn more about how we can help you.