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By AbilityFirst
Fundraiser to benefit AbilityFirst Newport Mesa Center’s After School enrichment programs for children with developmental disabilities.
By Community Workforce Solutions
Community Workforce Solutions Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Fundraising Dinner Hosted by Chef’s Academy
By Operation Freedom Paws
Learning Services is a national provider of specialized rehabilitation services for adults with acquired brain injuries. Included in each person’s rehabilitation program is therapy focused on community integration and work skill development.
By Carriage Trade PR
For people with different abilities, it’s often a series of small victories combined with big ones that can make the difference of a lifetime. This was one of the big ones.
By A True Jewel, Inc.
Enhancing the lives of women who care for loved ones with disabilities.
By Special Shades of Color
An online support organization for special needs families debuts in Long Beach, CA
By The Facing Project
Often unheard voices to take center stage at Muncie Civic Theatre
By Exceptional Children's Foundation
Exceptional Children's Foundation (ECF) is proud to announce that California Governor Jerry Brown has appointed Scott Bowling, Psy.D., President and CEO of the Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF), to the California Department of Consumer Affairs...
By Nonotuck Resource Associates, Inc.
For more than 40 years Nonotuck Resource Associates has helped transform the lives of hundreds of people with intellectual and physical disabilities by offering the personalized service of shared living and Adult Family Care (AFC).
By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Affordable, disability-accessible housing is now available in Clewiston.  Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida has cut the ribbon on Sweetwater Place, an income-subsidized apartment complex for people with physical disabilities.
By Nonotuck Resource Associates
Since 1972 Nonotuck Resource Associates has helped transform the lives of hundreds of people
By Abi's Place
Good humanitarians, Coral Springs firefighters; Jon S’Dao (Captain), Rob Lubinger (Driver Engineer), and William Glover (Firefighter) recently visited a Coral Spring non-profit organization, Abi’s Place, to help children with Autism and Complex...
By Anova Education
Classic cars and Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr. entertain for a rockin’ good time in support of Anova’s new autism school.
By The Arc Maryland
The Arc Maryland is pleased to announce its endorsement and participation in the Six by '15 Campaign, initiated by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD),...
By Fontana Rehabilitation Workshop, Inc. (FRW) dba
FRW/ISS A Non-Profit on the Move to Achieve Independence through Employment
By Aquarius Swimschool
Teachers at a North Devon swim school have received specialist training to allow them to teach children with disabilities to swim.
By Tellin' Tales Theatre
Spotlights Young People With and Without Disabilities on the Runway
By RHA Howell, Inc.
Sam Hedrick is honored for "improving the care in health care."
By Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies
Staff, volunteers and children welcomed visitors from the Variety, the Children’s Charity and their UK charity partner Veolia, to the Dingley Centre in Wokingham to see for themselves what a difference their funding means.
By Industrial Support Systems
The Fontana Rehabilitation Workshop, Inc. (FRW) dba Industrial Support Systems. (ISS) has been accredited for a period of three years for its Community Employment Services The Fontana Rehabilitation Workshop, Inc. (FRW) dba Industrial Support Systems.

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By American Printing House for the Blind, Inc
Informative and inspirational exhibition focuses on how educational opportunities for students who are blind have changed since Keller’s time
By AbilityFirst
Fundraiser to benefit AbilityFirst Newport Mesa Center’s After School enrichment programs for children with developmental disabilities.
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
Congratulations to Governor Hogan on His Appointment of Carol Beatty as Secretary for the Maryland Department of Disabilities
By Community Workforce Solutions
Community Workforce Solutions Celebrates 50th Anniversary with Fundraising Dinner Hosted by Chef’s Academy
By Operation Freedom Paws
Learning Services is a national provider of specialized rehabilitation services for adults with acquired brain injuries. Included in each person’s rehabilitation program is therapy focused on community integration and work skill development.
By FED Publishing
When Mama Can’t Kiss It Better, by Lori Gertz, who became America's most hated mother when news of a decision to rehome her adopted child in another family broke in the media.
By Support Dogs
Money raised to benefit St. Louis agency's unique programs and services.
By Elizabeth DeBiasi
Wilmington resident Elizabeth DeBiasi has been elected to the International Board of Directors for Easter Seals.
By Support Dogs
St. Louis agency raises enough money to receive Oklahoma foundation's support.
By Cerebral Palsy Forums Website
Cerebral Palsy Forums Website for adults, adolescents (teens), and seniors with Cerebral Palsy (CP)
By www.politicindia.com
2015 Global Study into the Issues Pertaining to Terminology, Definition, Identification and Prevalence of Learning Disabilities
By Carriage Trade PR
For people with different abilities, it’s often a series of small victories combined with big ones that can make the difference of a lifetime. This was one of the big ones.
By A True Jewel, Inc.
Enhancing the lives of women who care for loved ones with disabilities.
By Special Shades of Color
An online support organization for special needs families debuts in Long Beach, CA
By AbilityFirst
AbilityFirst Exemplifies this year’s National Disability Employment Awareness Month Theme "Expect. Employ. Empower."
By Globe Star, LLC & The QoL Institute, Inc.
Gentle Teaching: Building Human Relationships in Serving People
By The Facing Project
Often unheard voices to take center stage at Muncie Civic Theatre
By Exceptional Children's Foundation
Exceptional Children's Foundation (ECF) is proud to announce that California Governor Jerry Brown has appointed Scott Bowling, Psy.D., President and CEO of the Exceptional Children’s Foundation (ECF), to the California Department of Consumer Affairs...
By Nonotuck Resource Associates, Inc.
For more than 40 years Nonotuck Resource Associates has helped transform the lives of hundreds of people with intellectual and physical disabilities by offering the personalized service of shared living and Adult Family Care (AFC).
By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Affordable, disability-accessible housing is now available in Clewiston.  Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida has cut the ribbon on Sweetwater Place, an income-subsidized apartment complex for people with physical disabilities.
By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Apartments Named after Local Resident and Goodwill Supporter Jean Devereaux
By Nonotuck Resource Associates
Since 1972 Nonotuck Resource Associates has helped transform the lives of hundreds of people
By Etac UK
On stand 304 at Kidz-South (12th June, Rivermead Leisure Complex, Reading), Etac UK Limited showcased a selection of Balder and Etac powered wheelchairs to a high number of visiting healthcare professionals and families with disabled children.
By Abi's Place
Good humanitarians, Coral Springs firefighters; Jon S’Dao (Captain), Rob Lubinger (Driver Engineer), and William Glover (Firefighter) recently visited a Coral Spring non-profit organization, Abi’s Place, to help children with Autism and Complex...
By Anova Education
Classic cars and Mayor Willie L. Brown, Jr. entertain for a rockin’ good time in support of Anova’s new autism school.
By The Arc Maryland
The Arc Maryland is pleased to announce its endorsement and participation in the Six by '15 Campaign, initiated by the Association of University Centers on Disabilities (AUCD), National Association of Councils on Developmental Disabilities (NACDD),...
By Fontana Rehabilitation Workshop, Inc. (FRW) dba
FRW/ISS A Non-Profit on the Move to Achieve Independence through Employment
By Aquarius Swimschool
Teachers at a North Devon swim school have received specialist training to allow them to teach children with disabilities to swim.
By Tellin' Tales Theatre
Spotlights Young People With and Without Disabilities on the Runway
By RHA Howell, Inc.
Sam Hedrick is honored for "improving the care in health care."
By IFAU, NPO 501(c)(3)
By participating in the arts, people with disabilities greatly contribute to our workplaces and communities, help bury old stereotypes regarding disability, and create a global culture truly representative of all people.
By Veolia Water Solutions & Technologies
Staff, volunteers and children welcomed visitors from the Variety, the Children’s Charity and their UK charity partner Veolia, to the Dingley Centre in Wokingham to see for themselves what a difference their funding means.
By Industrial Support Systems
The Fontana Rehabilitation Workshop, Inc. (FRW) dba Industrial Support Systems. (ISS) has been accredited for a period of three years for its Community Employment Services The Fontana Rehabilitation Workshop, Inc. (FRW) dba Industrial Support Systems.
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
This week, the White House announced that President Obama will sign an Executive Order raising the minimum wage to $10.10 for all federal contract workers, including workers with disabilities.
By Lane Wyrick Productions
An inspiring documentary about a friendship that forever changed the world’s view of disabilities is using Kickstarter to support a PBS broadcast bid. Mickey Rooney portrayed his life in the 1981 TV drama “Bill”, now meet the real Bill Sackter.
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
The Arc Maryland Says: It's time to address sub-minimum wage!
By All About Developmental Disabilities
Feb. 5: All About Developmental Disabilities Trains Georgia Bureau of Investigation Officers on Best Practices When Encountering People with Developmental Disabilities When: Wednesday, Feb. 5, 2014, at 10 a.m.
By First Edition Design
Easy Out On Third: Raising A Child With Special Needs, by Mary Beth Czubay, offers hope and inspiration to those caring for children with special needs
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
According to a National Sibling Disability Study conducted in 2012 (Easter Seals), fifty-five percent of respondents who have a sibling with a disability strongly agree that the relationship with their sibling enhances their life compared to thirty-one...
By Nonotuck Resource Associates, Inc.
Julianne Sherlock, Alex Gomes, Paula Rossi-Clapp and Lina Dabril added to growing staff
By Creative Freedom Marketing & Promotions
Creative Freedom M&P has partnered with the Entrepreneurs with Disabilities Network, also known as EDN, to offer professional marketing solutions to entrepreneurs ready to explore options for the online marketplace.
By Easter Seals Serving DC/MD/VA
For more than 75 years, Easter Seals Serving DC | MD | VA has been at the forefront of providing exceptional services to ensure that all people with disabilities or special needs and their families have equal opportunities.
By Park Lawn Association
This exciting trip for two includes seven days and 6 nights exploring Montreal and Quebec City.
By www.ADA-parking.com
Yet another reason for an ADA-related law suit - No Coat Hook
By Kathryn Greene
Spotlite Radio Presents, Executive Director at The Lighthouse, Kathryn Greene
By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
The Robert V. & Benjamin G. Miller Fund and Goodwill partner on camp for third year
By RHA Howell, Inc.
"Life Unbound" posts will appear on RHA Howell's blog monthly.
By www.caretuscany.org
Tuscany trip for Aspies and other disabilities ! Our program is designed to offer to people with disabilities - an opportunity to travel and learn new skills. By telling their stories through art and building an imaginary world with no boundaries.
By Max Grades Min Effort
"Max Grades Min Effort," a study system created by honours civil engineering graduate Jacky Truong, will enable students to overcome learning difficulties in order to achieve academic success.
By Emmaus Homes
The Expansion Adds New Training Space; Allows for New Jobs and Continued Growth


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