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4 Tips That Help Me Cope with Shoulder Limitations
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I have been thinking lately about how far I have come in six years of living with shoulder limitations.  Six years ago, I had just stepped down from the ...

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5 Essential Strategies for Working from Home as a Disabled Person
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As work-from-home policies have continued to endure in the United States, more disabled people are working than ever before. This is hardly surprising, since ...

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6 Tips for Making Friends as a College Student with a Disability or Chronic Illness
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Attending college is a big decision to make and it’s a critical phase of life that many people are encouraged to pursue. If you're a student with a disability, ...

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These Children’s Books Get Characters with Down Syndrome Just Right
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I grew up with my younger brother who has Down syndrome, and though I read almost every children’s and young adult novel my Los Angeles-area library had to ...

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6 Entrepreneurs with Down Syndrome You Can Support This Holiday Season (and All Year)
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The National Down Syndrome Congress estimates that one in every 700 U.S. children is born with this chromosomal genetic condition that can affect both ...

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How Affiliate Marketing Can Help You as a Disabled Business Owner or Influencer
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If you are a small business owner, blogger, or social media influencer who lives with a chronic illness, mental health condition, and/or disability, you’re ...

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Why Aren’t We Talking About the Disabled Actors in ‘Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story’?
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Unless you live under a rock, you've probably seen or heard about Monster: The Jeffrey Dahmer Story, which is currently #1 on Netflix in the U.S., with over ...

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Learning to Sing Again After Becoming Deaf
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Deafness and music shouldn’t really go together but they do! OK, hear me out before you descend into wails of despair at the lack of awareness. I am a ...

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How to Teach Non-Verbal Skills to Children Who Were Born Blind
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Non-verbal communication and behavior are two of the most problematic aspects of teaching and counseling people who were born with total or partial blindness.  ...

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16 Board Games Blind People and Those with Low Vision Can Play
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Board games and card games are loved by people of all ages and social backgrounds and there is a good reason for that -- they are great tools for learning, ...

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Coping with Vision Loss: A Guide to Life with Low Vision or Blindness
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So you've just found out you're going blind or have permanent vision loss. What do you do now? Coping with vision loss is a new experience for most people, as ...

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A Sports and Exercise Guide for People Who Are Blind or Have Low Vision
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If you are living with complete or partial vision loss, it can seem challenging to stay physically active. The good news is that vision loss doesn’t have to ...

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