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Stouffville inventor using Crowd Funding and hopes to change the lives of people who use wheelchairs
By Towter Transporter
Stouffville, ON, August 2014; Stouffville, ON business man and inventor Len Wideman, has reached the culmination of his inventing career with the Towter Transporter, and is launching a crowd funding campaign on Indigogo.com to raise enough...
The District of Columbia Office on Aging is proud to announce the 2014 Generations Community Festival: Celebration of Life. This Celebration of Life will take place Saturday, September 6, 2014 from 10:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.
Disabled University Lecturer Continues Teaching Thanks To Pioneering Drive-from-wheelchair Sirus Car
By Sirus Automotive
Frank Adams, 50 from Holmfirth near Huddersfield who lives with severely restricted mobility, has continued to campaign and educate academic and non-academics about disability, thanks to a remarkable drive-from-wheelchair Sirus car.
By Disability Pride Day Philadelphia
Disability Pride celebrations are springing up in major cities across the world, and now Philadelphia is one of the cities recognizing the important contribution that people with disabilities make to the city.
By Another Chance Rehabilitation & Customize Services
Another Chance Rehabilitation & Services Enables Founder’s Day To Mature A 2nd Year
Assistive technology helping community with developmental disabilities and special needs.
By Golson, McCracken Inc.
Golson, McCracken Inc.’s Social Security Disability claims representatives provided guidance to homeless veterans at a special event designed to support military men and women. Golson, McCracken Inc. helps the disabled file claims for benefits.
By Elite Benefits of America
May has been designated Disability Insurance Awareness Month. It is the most overlooked of the major types of insurance. That’s likely because many people think a disabling illness or injury will never happen to them.
By Tambasons Global Human Services Inc
Eradicating the neglects of disables in Africa. Get involved
Medicare reform mistakes are hurting access to medical supplies or equipment [like wheelchairs] for people who have Cerebral Palsy, Diabetes, Multiple Sclerosis, Spina Bifida, Spinal Cord Injury, COPD and other medical conditions.
By Stolen Virtue Press
Local writer and disability activist Michael Scott Monje, Jr. has announced a funding campaign for Imaginary Friends, a web serial that is to be distributed freely as it is written this summer.
By New Life Medical Equipment
Dallas, TX-March 19, 2014-New Life Medical Equipment, a New Life Industries, Inc. company, will serve as an exhibitor at the 2014 Texas Statewide Independent Living Conference in Corpus Christie, Texas, March 30th-April 1st.
By Equip-able Ltd
The Trabasack team are proud to announce we’ve joined up with innovative gripping aids brand Active Hands to exhibit at Kidz in the Middle. Kidz in the Middle is the leading free exhibition disability exhibition for children and young adults.
By Abilities Expo
FREE Event for People with Disabilities "The Abilities Expo is a celebration of what you CAN do!"
Medicare now pays 369 medical groups to reduce spending on their patients. Medicare gives each group half of any money it saves, so the groups have an incentive to reduce expensive care, such as chemotherapy, HIV therapies, or transplants. Dr.
By Ability Connection Colorado
Firefighters instinctively focus on what’s important, and for 20 years now, they have racked up support and enthusiasm for the Great Balls of Fire 9-Ball Billiards Challenge. This afternoon pool tournament raises money for the Kyle E.
By Industrial Support Systems
Fontana, CA Mayor Acquanetta Warren Presents Key to City for ISS 50th Anniversary
By The Out of Step Tool
Changes to bring greater economic opportunities for all with disabilities.
By All About Developmental Disabilities
AADD Provides Guidance on Navigating Daily Challenges for Moms, Dads, Siblings and Families with Developmental Disabilities
By The Arc of Alameda County
Former Executive Director at The Arc of San Francisco joins The Arc of Alameda County as Chief Development Officer
By Special Shades of Color
Real-life stories provide online support for parents raising special needs children.
By Vermont Adaptive Ski and Sports
VSECU Members to Decide Fate of $20,000 Charitable Gift; Asked to Vote for Vermont Adaptive
By The Arc Maryland, Inc.
Richard Davis has been selected as the Policy Partner Program Manager of The Arc Maryland, the state’s largest-not-for profit statewide grassroots advocacy organization dedicated to the rights of persons with intellectual and developmental...
Within 10 Fundraiser Ideas to Help People with Disabilities, readers will discover brainstorming ideas for different types of fundraiser events to benefit an individual with a disability who needs financial assistance .
Now available for purchase, 'Autism and Toilet Training Made Easier' by Trevor Lewis
By GB Banks
Author GB Banks Launches Indiegogo campaign to raise raise funds for his upcoming book, Revolution Z, a zombie war thriller.
By Central Coast Community College
Central Coast Community College student Alanna Julian has been appointed as an Ambassador in the ‘Living Life My Way’ Ambassadors and Champions Program.
By Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society
Vancouver, B.C. – Friend 2 Friend Social Learning Society is proud to announce the launch of their new program Demystifying Autism in the Workplace: -Friend 2 Friend Model
By Bioethics Defense Fund
Jerome Lejeune Foundation USA, Saving Downs and International Down Syndrome Coalition represented in amicus brief supporting Arizona 20 week abortion limitation, whose major impact is to disfavor abortion based on disability discrimination.
By Mirror Calendars: People Like Me
Down Syndrome charities to benefit from each 2014 Dazzled by Downs calendar sold.
By Mirror Calendars
Dazzled by Downs is a high-end, custom-printed calendar (2014), featuring children and adults impacted by Down Syndrome.
By Shower Manager
Ultra-low heads and shower wall-timers are it; in 20 years. The Shower Manager, not preoccupied with profit incentives of a large line of shower heads, provides shower control as its exclusive product. It is now on Fall Special through October 31st.
By Disability Scoop
By Michelle Diament | October 1, 2013 As the first U.S. government shutdown in more than 17 years takes hold, some programs benefiting people with disabilities will continue with business as usual while others grind to a halt.
By Disability Services & Legal Center
Community is invited to The 8th Annual DSLC Tech Expo & More, which will showcase the latest technology and services that were designed for the disabled and seniors
By Invacare Ltd
Welsh born paralympic athlete Nathan Stephens thanks Invacare for helping his wedding day go without a hitch as the company supplied a brand new wheelchair.
By Neuronico Art & Neuroscience
“My message as a business owner with disabilities is not that I made some sort of heroic effort to overcome my disabilities; it’s that I found a way to use my strengths to do something that I enjoy” - Paul Franklin Smith
By Goodwill Industries of Southwest Florida, Inc.
Donations will be accepted at four Goodwill Retail & Donation Centers in Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Sanibel and Naples through Sept. 14. Goodwill and the Robert V. and Benjamin G. Miller Fund are also accepting applications for the next camp session.
New report identifies first steps in supporting cloud-based accessibility, taking into account physical as well as cognitive needs
Frank Juskievitz Rises Above His Paralysis to Conquer a Career in Web Development
By Tambasons Global Human Services Inc
Since Liberia got her independence from the United States in the 1800, there has been no full time support services for people with special needs in the African country of Liberia.
By AvePoint, Inc.
AvePoint’s Business Disability Forum membership underscores the company’s ongoing mission to become fully accessible, while providing robust solutions that make it easier for organizations to do business with, and employ, people with disabilities
By Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
Two youth adapted softball teams sponsored by Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute capture national championship titles Teams and players recognized for excellence in tournament play
Kenneth Vaughn First Financial Security seek to improve saving habits of modern families and educate
By Kenneth Vaughn FFS
SPARTANBURG, S.C.— To many, finances seem a lot like a class they just can’t pass.
By Keren Malki | The Malki Foundation
Organization set up in wake of child's murder provides assistance to families of disabled children from all strands of Israeli society
By Pinckney Marketing
You deserve your benefits and sometimes you need a little help to get what is rightfully yours. Piemonte Law Firm is Your Disability Advocate and strives to win every client’s claim.
By Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute
For more than 30 years, Courage Country Championships has celebrated the achievements of athletes with physical disabilities through Paralympic-style competition.
The 30th anniversary Mobility Roadshow is the perfect platform for the launch of the new, luxury briefcase the Trabasack Max . Part of the unique range of lap tray bags and popular as wheelchair trays.
A local woman with additional support needs has won a gold medal at a national sporting championships.
By Courage Center
Cummings Mobility and Courage Kenny Rehabilitation Institute host Nashville recording artist Michelle Murray as part of national tour.
By Royal British Legion Industries
A Cyclist is riding the length of Britain in aid of David’s Day, a cause dedicated to providing unique days out for disabled children and their families in Kent.
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