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Magazine articles of special interest to people with disabilities.
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Fast Company
Luke Dormehl
Deaf Advocates Want MIT And Harvard To Provide Better Closed-Captioning Services Technology can be a godsend to people with disabilities, allowing them to fully participate in parts to life that would be otherwise impossible. But at what point should it become mandatory? mark for My Articles similar articles
Mike Sheppard
Eric LeGrand Interview After a head-on collision with the kick off returner for the Army Black Knights in 2010, Eric was taken off the field in a gurney. It was clear that the football career was over and new challenges awaited him. mark for My Articles similar articles
Information Today
July 10, 2014
VitalSource Bookshelf Maintains Accessibility Standards Vital Source Technologies, Inc., Ingram Content Group's etextbook solution, updated the accessibility features for its VitalSource Bookshelf platform. mark for My Articles similar articles
Commercial Investment Real Estate
May/Jun 2014
Richard Hunt
Accessibility Litigation Is ignorance really bliss? The number of lawsuits filed against business owners based on violations of the Americans With Disabilities Act and Federal Housing Administration accessibility requirements grows every year. mark for My Articles similar articles
Financial Planning
July 1, 2013
Martha White
Special Needs Clients: 'Retirement for 3' For families with a special-needs child, advisors must employ a variety of tactics. mark for My Articles similar articles
Registered Rep.
June 20, 2013
Lynn O'Shaughnessy
Don't Hide the Disability While it isn't highly publicized, many colleges have resources for children with learning disabilities. mark for My Articles similar articles
Financial Advisor
October 2012
Karen DeMasters
Financial Planner Helps Disabled Young People Gary Hansen, president and founder of Financial Strategies in Loveland, Colo., has teamed up with Downs on the Farm, a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization that has therapy and day programs for disabled young people. mark for My Articles similar articles
Financial Advisor
June 2012
Jeff Schlegel
The Case For Special Needs Planning for the disabled can be a tricky -- yet rewarding -- practice area for advisors. mark for My Articles similar articles
American Journal of Nursing
April 2012
Smeltzer et al.
Original Research: Interactions of People with Disabilities and Nursing Staff During Hospitalization Inadequate primary health care and screening have been identified as serious issues for people with disabilities, but little evidence exists on the nursing care of this population when hospitalized. mark for My Articles similar articles
Dave Golokhov
Oscar Pistorius Double-leg amputee Oscar Pistorius lives by the motto "you're not disabled by the disabilities you have; you are able by the abilities you have." mark for My Articles similar articles
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