I know that turning failure into success isn’t easy. There’s usually a long road ahead when you fail at something, especially when that something you believed deep down in your soul was possible. But turning failure into success isn’t impossible. a failure is nothing more than a mistake that can be corrected and just looked at […]

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Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Apnea Snoring that wakes someone else up or they tell you that you’re doing Frequent breaks or pauses in breathing while you are sleeping You’re Tired all the Time. even after 8 hours of sleep You frequently wake with headaches in the moring You Have High Blood Pressure that’s unexplainable […]

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When we’re born, we’re a blank slate to be written on You can either learn to love the people around you or you can hate them.  This breeds hate and prejudice. Hate is just another form of fear–-fear of the unknown It’s all learned behavior. The Civil War in the USA was to preserve a […]

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Podcasting and Webinars Both podcasting and webinars are done over the Internet. They are similar because the speaker is working from home, using a  microphone to do the presentation from home.  A podcast is Is a digital recording that can be archived and anyone can listen to at any time; while a webinar Is when […]

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It doesn’t matter if you have a disability, everyone has to learn to deal with stress.  Stress is a part of life 10 Tips to Manage Stress Levels Some techniques to incorporate when it comes to stress management training. Avoid Caffeine, Alcohol, and Nicotine–this reduces stress, but they also have adverse affects on your body. […]

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How these Impacts People with Disabilities The Affordable Care Act has not only benefited the uninsured, but also people with disabilities. If repealed, people with disabilities will lose the most when it comes to healthcare. Without the same opportunities in the workplace as everyone else, people don’t have enough paid into Social Security, to qualify […]

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Action Alert! The Disability Integration Act (DIA) has been Introduced in the US Senate and House If passed into law, the DIA will require states to provide people with disabilities with the opportunity of living and participating in the community without discrimination through the strengthened use of long-term services and supports, such as personal care […]

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ADAAG, as issued under titles of the ADA (II and III) covering public access, makes a distinction between public or common use areas, which must be fully accessible, and areas used only by employees as work areas. ADA Standards for Accessible Design The Department of Justice’s revised regulations for Titles II and III of the […]

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  Until the United States started enacting laws guaranteeing people with disabilities rights, people with disabilities were hidden away and not acknowledged to exist. Even though we have laws today that guarantee rights to people with disabilities, society has a problem recognizing that. But at the same time, corporations, what people with disabilities to buy […]

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The ADA National Network provides information, guidance and training on how to implement the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) in order to support the mission of the ADA to “assure equality of opportunity, full participation, independent living, and economic self-sufficiency for individuals with disabilities.” Funded by the National Institute on Disability, Independent Living, and Rehabilitation […]

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