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Use Technology to Your Advantage: Guide to Career Advancement for People with Disabilities

Thanks to technology, the workplace is much more accommodating to people with disabilities than in years past. With so many jobs being technology-centered, the job market is way more open to those with disabilities. We want to fill you in on a few ways you can use technology to your advantage when you begin advancing your career. That way, you…

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Budget-Friendly Ideas for Individuals with Disabilities who Want to Start a New Hobby

Everyone needs some occasional newness in their life. Whether your kids have moved out and you have more time on your hands, or you simply need a new activity to pass the time, a new hobby can often do the trick. For individuals with disabilities who want to begin a new hobby but don’t know where to start, try out…

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Bullying — Can We Actually End It?

These days bullying is getting worse and it is not improving. Bullying is not new – it’s going on for decades. My dad was bullied when he was a teenager and he is almost 90 years old. In his time, kids did it for fun and would forget it. Today kids can do more damage than in dad’s time or…

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Details of Awareness, Treatments, Causes & Symptoms of Cerebral Palsy

Cerebral refers to the brain and Palsy refers to poor muscle control or weakness. Cerebral Palsy (CP) is not a disease, but a term used to describe a group of disorders resulting from a defect to one or more areas of the brain that occur pre birth or in infancy. CP is a non progressive condition as the brain damage…

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What are Modes, Working & Details of Alphabet Board for Disabled?

For the severely physically disabled individual the inability to communicate can be both a terrifying and frustrating experience, whether it is temporary while on a ventilator or permanent from a brain stem infarct. Generally, everyday communicative interactions such as the expression of thoughts and ideas, basic needs, and feelings are denied for this person. With advances in electronic technology, comprehensive…

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Exciting new medical technology for the home in 2020

As technology continues to innovate each year, so do the improvements in medical alert systems. These advancements in medical technology help those with certain medical conditions or disabilities to live as independently as possible, knowing they can get help if needed. For instance, with 3 million Americans affected by epilepsy, using a medical device could help them to live a…

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IOS 13, iPadOS, and Shortcuts Automation

IOS 13 is almost here and iPadOS is coming out at the end of the month. People are getting excited to get their hands on it. I love the new features but the most important feature that I can’t wait is automation with Shortcuts. For those who don’t know what Shortcuts is, it is an app that allows you to…

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Apple IOS 13 and Disability Features

People are Apple lovers or Android lovers. With me, I am an Apple lover and write a lot about Apple. IOS 13 and iPadOS will be coming out within a few months now. I am learning a lot about what new features they will have for people with disabilities. The most powerful change is that they are moving the accessibility…

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Does Smart Technology Truly Help with Independence?

An increasing of installing smart technology in homes is growing daily. Everybody is buying things for their homes to making their lives easy and save money. Does smart technology help people with disabilities to be more independent?  Smart Technology What is smart technology anyway? It is a technology that turns lights on, locks the door, turns the TV on, and…

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I co-wrote a book entitled “They said We Couldn’t” with my friend Lisa Cesal about our lives with Cerebral Palsy. We want to spread the message that people who have Cerebral Palsy can do anything they want in life.

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