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Advocates Say Disabled Often Banned From Voting

LOS ANGELES (AP) — At a time when election officials are struggling to convince more Americans to vote, advocates for the disabled say thousands of people with autism spectrum disorder, cerebral palsy and other intellectual or developmental disabilities have been systematically denied that basic right in the nation’s largest county. 653 more words

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iPad Training for Persons w/IDD

A new friend of SLC, Melissa Archer, donated her time June 20th to train the residents to use iPad devices to assist with communication and promote learning. 154 more words

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Camphill Communities California (Soquel, CA)

The Camphill Community in Soquel, CA is not about one garden or farm, but about a network of people all over the world. This network has some common threads; each is based on anthroposophical values, with focus on the Waldorf and Biodynamic practices of Rudolf Steiner. 788 more words

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OC Program Helps Developmentally Disabled Workers Find Jobs

ANAHEIM (CBSLA.com) — The Orange County Adult Achievement Center in Anaheim is helping developmentally disabled workers find jobs.

“We have a lot of different activities for them to do outside of the work activity, but the work activity is the most important one. 234 more words

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SRC's Hidden Gem: The Starr Center

“The most rewarding part of my job is to see our participants progress, learn new skills, learn to become more independent, and learn how to change their own behaviors when they need to be changed,” said Patricia Kabot, Site Supervisor of Seniors’ Resource Center’s (SRC) Starr Center. 455 more words

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Fr. Guanella Hall Dedicated

Chelsea, MI – Over 250 friends and supporters of St. Louis Center in Chelsea, MI gathered with the Most Rev. Bishop Earl Boyea of the Lansing Diocese to help dedicate the newly remodeled Fr. 315 more words

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Chelsea – Caitlin Deis, Fitness Specialist at St. Louis Center, was featured in an article on the official ViPR Blog for her work with people with special needs.Caitlin continues to seek new ways to help the residents of St. 22 more words

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