Blog Posts - Disabilities



-Assisted Suicide: Majority of Americans vs. Evangelical Christians

Assisted suicide is the next big issue where the beliefs of conservative Christians are in the process of being challenged by the new morality of the dominant American culture. According to Lifeway Research, 67% see physician assisted death for perso...
by ANSWERS For The Faith on Dec 9, 2016

Cross the Hurdles Introduces New Program in Favour of Children with Disabilities

… Continue Reading The post Cross the Hurdles Introduces New Program in Favour of Children with Disabilities appeared first on Quikr Blog.
by Quikr Blog on Dec 2, 2016

Autism N Jesus-Prolife Connection

Autism N Jesus-Prolife Connection What Is This All About? Autism’s got connections with God and the sanctity of life. Two past articles show this. Years ago, via Facebook shares online, I read two articles that bothered others and myself. They...
by AllLivesAreSacred.com on Sep 14, 2016

Paralympics highlight co-operation between athletes with and without disabilities

More than 150 athletes will represent Canada in 19 different sports at the Rio Paralympics. Each competitor has their own unique story about how they got to the Games. And sometimes those stories involve an able-bodied person participating at the Par...
by Celebrity gossip news on Sep 1, 2016

BRIEF BUT SPECTACULAR - Dr.  Danielle Sheypuk

"A psychologist on 'making disability sexy'" PBS NewsHour 8/25/2016ExcerptSUMMARY:  Dr. Danielle Sheypuk is attempting to derail the stigma around sex and people with physical disabilities.  Born with Spinal Muscular Atrophy Type 2, Sheypuk...
by Mage Soapbox on Aug 29, 2016

Ontario ombudsman calls for systematic overhaul of care for adults with developmental disabilities

Chronic service gaps for adults with disabilities are leaving them abandoned, abused and often languishing in jails and hospitals without proper care, according to findings of an Ontario ombudsman’s report released today. Read more here: CBC &#...
by Celebrity gossip news on Aug 27, 2016

Lisa’s Story: Three Women

Lisa’s story: three women. What’s all about? What does this have to do with abortion? Lisa’s story: three women. Well, over half of unborn females are female. Lisa’s story: three women. Most of pregnant women who abort say the...
by AllLivesAreSacred.com on Aug 14, 2016

“I Know I Can Do It”

I have mentioned before about the importance of having a positive outlook while going through recuperation. Sometimes it is easier said than done. We all know that. Everyone is entitled to get depressed or experience other negatively-oriented emotion...
by Booktoots' Healing on Jun 5, 2016

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by The Political Commentator on May 19, 2016

Accessibility – Why?

From Circuit Designer (hobby) to Exility Developer to UI Developer to Framework Developer, I have made lots of mistakes, seen others doing it, learnt from them and guided others in preventing them. I have been a guide to an incredible team @ Exilant.
by Hatpakha Magazine on May 12, 2016

COLLEGE DEBT - Forgiveness of Student Debt

"Federal Government Finally Forgives Billions in Debt of Students Who've Become Disabled" by Cezary Podkul and Marcelo Rochabrun, ProPublica 4/14/2016The move comes after a ProPublica investigation that documented how the government was making it har...
by Mage Soapbox on Apr 15, 2016

Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation, Operation Midland Inquiry Ends, Australia Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Against Women with Disabilities

-Police chief to step down after force's handling of child abuse cases criticised "at least 1,400 children had been raped, trafficked and abused in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013" - Operation Midland: Child abuse inquiry ends with no charges bro...
by Extreme Abuse Survey on Mar 23, 2016

Rotherham Child Sexual Exploitation, Operation Midland Inquiry Ends, Australia Sexual Abuse and Domestic Violence Against Women with Disabilities

-Police chief to step down after force's handling of child abuse cases criticised"at least 1,400 children had been raped, trafficked and abused in Rotherham between 1997 and 2013"- Operation Midland: Child abuse inquiry ends with no charges brought-...

The world needs your compassion

I was recently talking to a friend about children with disabilities and immediately my mind was flooded with memories of the past. During my high school years, I had a friend who had foster children in her home. Most of … Continue reading ͛...
by Putting My Feet in the Dirt on Mar 8, 2016

Monday Matters – Diversity in Publishing and Beyond

The other day I read a couple of blog posts about diversity in publishing. They were posted by a publisher who publishes diverse books. I was super excited at first, but then I realized “diversity” in these posts meant race, gender, and gender id...
by The West Corner on Feb 29, 2016

Monday Matters – The Truth about Autism

  When I was a kid, autism was uncommon and most people had never heard of it or had any idea what it was. Thanks to the hard work of a lot of people over a number of years, that has changed. Nearly everyone has heard of autism and knows somethi...
by The West Corner on Feb 15, 2016

PAPER III LEARNING DISABILITIES AND MANAGEMENT Dr. MGR University 2011 - 2014 Question Papers

Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2011 Question PaperSubject : PAPER III – LEARNING DISABILITIES AND MANAGEMENT [KZ 1011] Sub. Code: 3253 P.G. DIPLOMA IN LEARNING DISABILITY EXAMINATION PAPER III – LEARNING DISABILITIES AND MANAGEMENT Q.P. Code : 363253...
by University Question Papers on Feb 2, 2016

Dr. MGR University 2011 - 2014 Question Papers PAPER II LEARNING DISABILITIES

Dr. MGR University OCTOBER 2011 Question PaperSubject : PAPER II – LEARNING DISABILITIES [KZ 1011] Sub. Code: 3252 P.G. DIPLOMA IN LEARNING DISABILITY EXAMINATION PAPER II – LEARNING DISABILITIES Q.P. Code : 363252 Time: Three Hours Maximum: 100...
by University Question Papers on Feb 2, 2016

Why I’m Lucky To Have A Special Needs Family

Last night I was sitting outside on the porch, enjoying the fresh air and only slightly cool breeze that is a Texas winter, and had a rare, contented moment of thinking, “I love my family. I am SO lucky.”      For the ordin...

BRENT’S INTERNATIONAL DAY FOR PEOPLE WITH DISABILITIES (Don’t mention a ’C’ word unless you’re asking for a cheese sandwich)

Guest blog by Peter Murry  As a disabled Brent resident, I was invited  to the International Day For People With Disabilities event held in Brent Civic Centre on 3rdDecember 2015. Attending this event was my second visit to the Civic...
by wembleymatters on Dec 11, 2015


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