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World Economic Forum Jan 10
Why people with disabilities are your company’s untapped resource.
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PlanSpecialNeeds Jan 14
In case you missed it, check out "PSN Year 2018 Review and On To 2019!!" #2018 #2019
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Butter Fish Services Jan 16
"NDIS Service providers need to stop trying to DENY people choice and control with their NDIS plans" says (CEO, )
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Jalene Marie β™Ώβš₯βš’πŸ•‰ 7h
I received my new forearm crutches today. I love them they are assisting me in walking with much less pain and I have greater stability. I'm happy.
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Aubrey Diana Blanche πŸ‡²πŸ‡½πŸ‡ΊπŸ‡ΈπŸ³οΈβ€πŸŒˆπŸ¦„ Jan 14
Looking for speakers / experts on / *specifically* in people processes, and especially recruiting. Paid. Especially appreciative of RTs, and response from folks with a focus on mobility, hearing, vision concerns and/or autism, ADHD.
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Shantha Rau Barriga Jan 17
Indonesia In , 12,800 people with mental health conditions still live in shackles today. It’s time to . Read more in ’s whirlwind tour of rights in 33 countries:
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Diary of a Disabled Person. 22h
If we don't work or go to school, we're lazy assholes scrounging off the state & ruining the economy. If we do work or go to school, we're faking our , and we're ruining the economy by requiring businesses to be . β™Ώ πŸ€·β€β™€οΈ
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Chandy 11h
Write a poem today after reflecting on a workshop I did on Tuesday at Southampton Solent University please let me know what you think! Would love to know your thoughts
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Jay Faulkner β™ΏπŸΉπŸ“šπŸ₯‹ 11h
There is more to diversity and represention than colour, gender, and sexuality but is always ignored/forgotten and we shouldn't have to fight or apologise for inclusion.
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Eugene*Grant 12h
Telling your loud and curious children to "Sshhhh!" is actually not helpful and only teaches them that is taboo and not to be talked about and understood.
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Cara β™Ώ I'm moving up Jan 17
This is the most disgusting, ill informed, and ableist comment I have ever received. So because I'm disabled I shouldn't go to college or have a family?! PLEASE share this to raise awareness of the prejudice that occurs against the disabled community!
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Wendy Walker πŸ‡¨πŸ‡¦ Jan 15
Replying to @RjMitte @BryanCranston
B.S. movies/plays/opras have been made all through time. This is NOT new. Hunchback of ND. Phantom. The list is large. (My brain isnt working well right now so this is all I can come up with) Stop defending your abled position and listen. Learn. Think. Then speak.
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Anna Jan 11
To those with & , what do you do for fun that excites you & makes you feel alive? My condition is so serious I’m banned from most activities due to β€œinsurance” in case I die πŸ™„ Tried sit-skiing last yr & loved it but it’s too expensive. Any ideas?
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Every Australian Counts 22h
Greens Senator calls for full funding of the and greater focus on the needs of people with at launch of new plan to create more accessible and inclusive Australia
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ChildAid Jan 12
Met at the Isle of Hope, Minsk, Belarus, fell in love and got married. This lovely couple have asked for our help. Read more about their story and support them. Your help can make their dream come true.
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Cara β™Ώ I'm moving up 10h
We're still growing!!! Help us keep spreading awareness and hope. πŸ’œ
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Disability Resource Center 15h
Social Security Disability Insurance provides monthly benefits to individuals <62 unable to work due to a disability that have a work history of 40 credits or more.
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Shelley Simmonds Jan 17
Our society ladies and gentlemen. 😩
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Gothic Gisborne Jan 17
I find it so frustrating when you contact conventions/events to ask about arrangements for they've only ever considered wheelchair users and ramps. No clue about invisible disabilities, fluctuating conditions, sensory processing conditions even...
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Rob Bruce Jan 17
Many long term are trapped by the system. Claiming is the only way that benefits pay enough to live on, but means they cannot do ANY work, paid or unpaid, for fear of failing AND losing their income. gives security for anyone to try anything.
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