Diversity, Equity, Inclusion & Accessibility. Since The Americans With Disabilities Act was passed by Congress in 1990, accessibility has fortunately moved beyond a check list of "must meet" requirements to a desire to work towards making arts and cultural facilities and programs accessible to the broadest possible audiences. And, it has not been by mandate. The Ann Arbor Hands-On Museum's 'My Turn' program is an example of this shift. In 'creative:impact' this week, you'll meet Larissa Kunynskyj and Gwen Dunlop. Larissa is the Accessibility Programs Coordinator at the Hands-On Museum. Gwen is a parent whose personal experience led her to found and operate Aim High School to serve those on the autism spectrum and to help inspire the 'My Turn' program.