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Making Pimento Cheese (independent living skills series 25)

I was excited to get back into the kitchen at school. My teacher, classmate and I went into the kitchen and she told me all about the Pimento Cheese ingredients and where to find them when you are at the grocery store. 407 more words

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My new best friend For 30 days a Holter and Ambulatory Telemetry Monitor.

Saw the #cardiologist Wednesday. He wants me to do a stress test on Tuesday and will be fitted with a Monitor for my #heart.This is going to be my new best friend For 30 days a Holter and Ambulatory Telemetry Monitor. 92 more words

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Reflections from recent ill health

Recently I suffered two bouts of chest infections and it got me thinking about memories of being ill at other times and how times have changed. 596 more words

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Aman Srivastava – On Project Mudra And Annie, The Braille Teacher We Need!

Helen Keller once said, “The only thing worse than being blind is having sight but no vision.” Well, no one has ever accused Aman Srivastava… 1,492 more words

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AT Banter Episode 127 - SCIVIS

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This week we’re blasting off into the final frontier and talking to Lynn Langille and Dan Oates from SCIVIS (Space Camp for Interested Visually Impaired Students). 59 more words

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Mid-term reflection: pondering thoughts (independent living skills series 21)

Since it is October and I only have four more months until my scheduled graduation I decided to write a mid-term reflection.

I like my classmates and staff at school. 348 more words

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Big Clock HD by TheCodingMonkeys

Big Clock

he Coding Monkeys’ Big Clock HD app is a must for visually impaired travelers. Just double tap to rotate iPad orientation to landscape view and set it atop a hotel room TV or table. 50 more words

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