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Nic Bungay Apr 16
Latest column by tenant & Advisory Group member on attitudes towards & recent negative comments from Facebook: great read 👍
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Techbility Apr 24
Lego releases Braille bricks to teach children with vision disabilities
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Apr 23
People with should not be forced to live in poverty. We need a more holistic and person-centred approach to the DSP and its eligibility requirements, and we need to of Newstart by at least $75 per week. From
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Helen Sims Apr 17
Many people are surprised when they find out I'm married. They're often surprised too,when they learn my husband is 'able-bodied'. I think it says a lot about assumptions (some) people STILL hold re: . I'm a person. I have same feelings/needs as anyone else.
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The Disability Experiment Apr 19
Employment for people with disabilities especially in high tech is part of the coming revolution we are leading. Follow us here to be a part of it. 
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Rebecca Cokley Apr 23
Folks, 50% off students with drop out of college. Check out to learn more.
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Jay Justice ♿️🇯🇲🏳️‍🌈 Apr 24
Shout out to everyone who has ever told me 'you should just get a service dog' like its easy, inexpensive & simple. folks who DO have service animals, please share how much it cost & how long it took so we can get an idea of what the process is really like?
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Jay Ruderman Apr 24
“Having a disability is not something to be ashamed of, and such euphemisms deny the existence of and reinforce the stigma surrounding rather than embracing it as a valued aspect of .”
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Rebecca Cokley 13h
And is the first candidate to hire a staffer with a disability with the addition of ! The community is waiting on the rest of you. ⏱
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Indicative GOAT Apr 19
LIFE HACK: If someone parks in a disabled parking bay with a blue badge and they don't look disabled here's what you do. 1. Walk up to the car 2. Keep on walking 3. Mind your own fucking business
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Ashley Peacock 16h
Anyone with or mobility problems willing to take me around London for 2-3 hours to educate me on the challenges you encounter with public transport? paid work. If you'd rather not go around London - happy to just do an interview!
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PWD Australia (PWDA) Apr 22
Who can fix the ? We asked people with what they think about the NDIS in this video series:
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Hayley Lloyd 7m
Muscular Dystrophy doesn’t only affect families physically. It affects our too. Thanks for featuring our story. I feel so strongly we need to be talking about this more.
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An Wallace Apr 22
Been waiting months for to come around again... And I'm having a major surgery tomorrow. Worse, I'll be in hospital, doped up on pain meds, for the rest of it. I'm going to miss the whole thing. sucks sometimes. 😫😢 But I need the surgery, so... 🤷
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Access Social 5h
Are you a sports fan? Would you like your team to offer more visual accessibility information? Tag your team with to let them know and we'll do the rest.
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Evan Kirstel at #WHCC19 #WashingtonDC 4h
This device turns brain signals into spoken sentences for people who are unable to speak
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Jenny Trott 7h
This makes me sad & angry in equal measure. Come on be inclusive and stop saying no to disabled participant Aaron and his parents
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ODSP ActionCoalition Apr 23
"(Changing the definition of in ) is not a decision made in service of people with disabilities. People will be hurt. This is an effort to reduce government spending...it is penny-wise, pound-foolish"
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Jay Justice ♿️🇯🇲🏳️‍🌈 Apr 20
Recently I had a massive pain flare up in my arms & hands. It made drinking very difficult, so my host gave me a paper straw. It quickly disintegrated and became unusable. An abled person then commented "at least you're saving the sea turtles." 😒
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Creative Space For The Future Apr 23
The Arts & Culture Project Zimbabwe seeks to develop new & innovative ways to help persons with disabilities have positive experiences in the arts and culture as arts activities & involvement can have a hugely positive impact on people's lives.
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