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Help Support a Job and Share The Vision This #GivingTuesday!

Thanksgiving is right around the corner, and so are Black Friday and Cyber Monday! All of this is followed by #GivingTuesday, a global day of giving observed by nonprofits all over the world. 632 more words

Guest Commentary: Please Do Not Distract Service Dogs!

This week’s guest commentary is written by Wayne Scace, a long-time dog guide user who is visually impaired. Wayne comments on two recent experiences he faced while out in the street with his guide dog, Harley. 654 more words

UNDONE~ WHAT TOO MANY OF US DON'T KNOW

I recently wanted to find statistics on missing women in the U.S. for 2016. I had watched Wind River and was disturbed that there are no statistics kept on Native American Women. 411 more words

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No Limit: Medicare Part D Enrollees Exposed to High Out-of-Pocket Drug Costs Without a Hard Cap on Spending

https://www.kff.org/report-section/no-limit-medicare-part-d-enrollees-exposed-to-high-out-of-pocket-drug-costs-without-a-hard-cap-on-spending-issue-brief/

Introduction

Prescription drugs play an important role in medical care for 59 million seniors and people with disabilities.  Medicare beneficiaries have access to outpatient prescription drug coverage through the Part D prescription drug benefit, which is administered by private stand-alone prescription drug plans (PDPs) and Medicare Advantage drug plans (MA-PDs). 1,020 more words

include your wheelchair and your Halloween costume!

and when I was a child my mother went all out for Halloween. my mother would help me and becoming whatever scary Undead thing I wanted to be and she would always decorate my wheelchairs. 39 more words

AbilityFirst Offers Affordable Housing for People with Disabilities

Michelman & Robinson cofounder and chairman Sanford Michelman represents clients in cases regarding financial, advertising, and digital media matters and possesses more than two decades of legal experience. 148 more words

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Girl, Stolen by April Henry

The novel, Girl, Stolen by April Henry, is about 16 year old Cheyenne Wilder.  Cheyenne is blind and was diagnosed with pneumonia.  One day when Cheyenne’s step mother went into the pharmacy to refill her prescription, someone hopped into the front seat of the car and drove away.  95 more words

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