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Time.

Time flies. This is one of the most cliche phrases out there, yes. However, it is so true.

I know that I have not blogged for a couple months but things really have been crazy for the last while. 600 more words

Short note this time.

     Since I usually write these in the wee hours of the morning, and I know I won’t be up in the wee hours this night. I am popping in early to leave this note. 87 more words

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The Way of the Wheelie (Physio Therapy After 18 for People with Physical Disabilities)

There’s many gaps in services everywhere in the Service Industry, but this blog isn’t about everywhere, it’s about wheelies. A glaring gap in services for people with physical disabilities is the way therapy ends abruptly after the individual turns 18. 828 more words

Bad Puns And Sarcasm

Stonehill basketball player defies odds

By Tom Kazanowski

When Tori Faieta was growing up, doctors  told her to stay away from team sports due to the severe hearing loss she was diagnosed with at the age of  four. 403 more words

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Gaokao Available in Braille

According to a notice from the MOE, Chinese students will soon be able to sit the university entrance examination (or Gaokao) in braille. Human rights advocates have welcomed the move, indicating that this will be the first time that blind or visually impaired students will be able to sit the exam, although many are waiting to see how the government plans to provide accessible tests in practice. 38 more words

Reform

It's not a movement; it's a federal right.

Hi folks,

It is with a somber tone that I write to you today. My handler’s need for me as a service dog is not some kind of social movement. 437 more words

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