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How You Can Bring a Lawsuit Against Your Employer

You work hard for your money. You shouldn’t have to fight for proper treatment. No one wants to resort to litigation but if you feel that your employer has violated your rights and broken the law, what are your legal options? In most states, includ...
by P.I.S.S.D. on Dec 10, 2015

In pursuit of a child’s potential: a parent’s reflections on hope and futility

December 3, International Day of People With DisabilityBy Guest Blogger Jennifer JohannesenParents with young children with severe neurodevelopmental disabilities are extraordinarily committed to helping them achieve as much as they can, despite the...

Advocate, Educational Consultant, Independent Educational Consultant, Educational / Therapeutic Consultant, Parent Coach ….. What’s in a “Title”

Lately a new topic has emerged: The Changing Job Title. In today’s society, we have become significantly defined by our job titles. And, we often define ourselves by our titles. Not that I think this is healthy, however this has become … Con...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Nov 13, 2015

The Reason I Broke Up With Hillary Clinton

You don’t have to agree completely with someone’s politics to admire them and the valuable work they’ve done. Hillary Clinton has had a major impact on women’s rights and social issues. I’ve considered myself a fan, supp...

17 August 2015 'SHEEZA' - New Release! - Clancy Tucker

'SHEEZA'New Release!A novella about disabilities,loyalty and courageG'day folks,It's time to release one of my favourite stories - SHEEZA. This is my second novella. So, what's a novella you may ask? They say it's a story that is longer than a short...
by clancy tucker's blog on Aug 16, 2015

Happy Birthday Cody!

It's this dude's birthday today. This guy trusts like a child, loves unconditionally, and is doing his part to make saints out of sinners. He has proved doctors, psychologists  and educators wrong, beat the odds more times than I care to remembe...
by Snippets 'N Stuff on Jul 21, 2015

Virginia Schools Earn Top Federal Rating for Serving Special Education Students

Governor Terry McAuliffe announced today that Virginia’s public schools earned the top federal rating for serving students with disabilities. Details...
by Red Brick Town on Jul 20, 2015

Colleges For Students With Learning Disabilities

Want to know the best colleges for students with LD? Living with learning disabilities (LD) is troublesome; and most parents think that going to college will put their teens with learning disabilities in a tough position because they will not be able...
by Start Grants on Jul 9, 2015

Horizon Family Solutions, LLC Announces Kimberly Bryant, MA as Newest Therapeutic Consultant Team Member

Horizon Family Solutions, LLC located in Boulder, Colorado is pleased to announce the addition of Kimberly Bryant, MA, LPC to support its tremendous growth Boulder, Colorado— June 24, 2015 — Kimberly Bryant, MA, LPC has joined the advocacy, educa...
by Horizon Family Solutions on Jun 26, 2015

-‘Transabled’: Some Just Call Them Crazy

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by ANSWERS For The Faith on Jun 3, 2015

Depression is a Blessing

I'll admit, for the first time since I moved to Tallahassee, I crashed. I was in bed all day yesterday clinically depressed. I am only admitting this to show depression doesn't ever go away. I wasn't suicidal or anything, just could not get out of be...
by Believe in Grace on May 24, 2015

Grants for Students with Disabled Parents

Young people who have disabled parents often have to give up their dreams to get a higher education. That being said, it doesn’t always have to be that way. The higher education cost in United States is indeed expensive, but there are several g...
by Start Grants on May 21, 2015

Children’s Book Review and Giveaway: JANINE, by Maryann Cocca-Leffler (2 Winners)

About the book:Meet Janine. She is one of a kind! Janine dresses a little different, remembers random facts, reads the dictionary for fun, and has her own style of cheering. Nobody does things the way Janine does things! One girl in Janine's class is...
by Susan Heim on Parenting on May 15, 2015

Not Exactly As Planned - A Must Read Book About Family and Disability

It was months ago that I added to my reading list 'Not Exactly As Planned: A Memoir of Adoption, Secrets and Abiding Love' by Linda Rosenbaum.  But it was just this morning that I turned the last page and regretfully said goodbye to the Rosenbau...

3 On A YA Theme: Blind Characters

Disabled characters and stories featuring disability at their center, as has been talked about before, are an important a component of diversity and reading diversely. Today is International Guide Dog Day, which celebrates the important role that g...
by Book Riot on Apr 29, 2015

Watch One Man's Amazing Journey To Recovery, And Meet Those Who Helped Along The Way

Some people might think their life is over if they suddenly lost their legs. For this man, it had just begun. The post Watch One Man's Amazing Journey To Recovery, And Meet Those Who Helped Along The Way appeared first on iHomeWalls.
by Harga Mania on Apr 8, 2015

AXS Map — Yelp For People With Disabilities

“ Very inspiring story behind the product http://www.fastcoexist.com/3042583/a-ms-patient-builds-a-yelp-for-people-with-disabilities ”– Andrew BrykDiscussion | Link...
by Bir Fikrin mi Var on Apr 2, 2015

Do people with problems not want to change?

By David Joel Miller. Why do they say that people with problems want to be that way? Lots of people, with varying problems and disabilities, seem to be dismissed with the expression that the reason for their problems is that … Continue reading...
by counseolrssoapbox on Mar 16, 2015

5 Things You Will Learn from Siblings with Autism

If you have a sibling—or child—with special needs, it can draw the family closer together and bring unexpected blessings as well.
by Hunter Happenings on Feb 26, 2015

Housing Grants for Disabled Women

Obtaining housing grants for disabled women is possible, because there are the government and lots of organizations, foundation that gives a lot of thoughts to the disabled and low income families. In this post you will learn some of the grant opport...
by Start Grants on Feb 20, 2015


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