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  • Travel & Leisure

    A Beautiful Spot in the Sun

    As the chill in the air envelops us, we dream of warm destinations where we can relax and enjoy the warmth of the sun. I think back to my travels to Barbados. My first visit to the magical island was remarkable, as I felt like a princess! The people were so warm and welcoming! I remember having a cooking demonstration with a local woman who wanted me to see how she made curry! The best part of Barbados is the people… continuously smiling!

  • Opinions

    Reasons Why I’m Thankful for My Disability

    Over 32 years ago, I lay in a hospital bed with a metal halo screwed into my skull, immobilizing my neck. I had a C5/C6 injury due to a motor vehicle accident caused by a drunk driver. I was paralyzed from the collarbones down, parts of my arms and my hands and needed a tracheotomy to breathe.

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  • Reasons Why I’m Thankful for My Disability

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  • politics,government,rights

    Report: Sununu Center Broke Teen's Shoulder - Valley News

    Concord — Workers at New Hampshire’s youth detention center broke the law when they fractured a teenage boy’s shoulder blade and failed to accurately report the incident, according to an advocacy group for people with disabilities.

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  • entertainment,arts,People

    Stunning Alexander McQueen film reveals never-before-seen footage

    A new trailer for the upcoming Alexander McQueen film has dropped – and it’s incredible.

    McQueen, which comes out in cinemas on June 8, will feature never-seen-before home movies, as well as audio and behind-the-scenes clips.

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  • jobs,employment

    A loophole in federal law allows companies to pay disabled workers $1 an hour - Vox

    Rock River Valley Self Help Enterprises, an Illinois nonprofit,billed itself as a vocational training program for people with disabilities.But it essentially operated as a subcontractor for local factories, providing menial tasks to workers with developmental disabilities, such as scraping debris from metal casts.

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  • amputation,youth

    First Child to Receive A Bilateral Hand Transplant

    Precocious 8-year-old Zion Harvey, the world's first child to receive a bilateral hand transplant earlier this summer, and charismatic little boy who captured the hearts of millions around the world, was discharged from The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP). Earlier this summer, surgeons at CHOP joined with colleagues from Penn Medicine and Shriners Hospital for Children - Philadelphia to complete this landmark surgery

  • Report: Sununu Center Broke Teen's Shoulder - Valley News
  • Stunning Alexander McQueen film reveals never-before-seen footage
  • A loophole in federal law allows companies to pay disabled workers $1 an hour - Vox
  • First Child to Receive A Bilateral Hand Transplant
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