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Increasing awareness among New Generation

Have you ever seen a group of children mocking the way a person with a disability walks? Have you ever overheard a child call a person with a disability a disparaging name? When children don’t understand why a person is different, they often make fun of him or her.
It is important for people to understand that people with disabilities are more alike than different. For children, this is especially important because attitudes develop during childhood by watching and listening to peers, teachers and family. Schools, clubs and youth groups are ideal places to increase knowledge about people with disabilities and to foster positive attitudes about them. Read more »

The Indian passage from youth to adulthood!


Do you think this photo represents some rural town somewhere? Then you are mistaken at its worst and this is not that somewhere but, the coronary artery of Bengaluru, the Brigade road. It is known as one of the biggest and busiest shopping areas in south India. The place has retail outlets of many International brands. It has also been famous as one of the prominent New Year celebration hub of the city for years. Read more »

Team Hoyt New England's fastest members hope for Boston Marathon run - Worcester Telegram



Team Hoyt New England's fastest members hope for Boston Marathon run
Worcester Telegram
Team "In the Nick of Time," currently the fastest members of Team Hoyt New England, came together at a time when Mr.

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Volunteers Needed at Aging and Disability Resource Center - WSAW



Volunteers Needed at Aging and Disability Resource Center
WSAW
The Aging and Disability Resource Center of Central Wisconsin is in need of volunteers.

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All-seeing eye: the throwable camera that could save victims' lives



The Bounce Imaging Explorer is a small black probe that can be thrown or dropped into dangerous environments (#InstantFollowBack Bouncing camera ball could save lives http://t.co/ZkYRkTg17j #TFB ...

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Pushing myself fit! Paraplegic woman reveals how she lost 275lbs by switching her electric wheelchair for a manual



Mia Vayner, 54, from Queens, New York, said after being left immobile in her forties her 6ft 3in frame came to tip the scales at around 540lbs.

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Wheelchair users have rights to the roadways



It may seem like a nuisance to some, but for those confined to a wheelchair getting around on the city streets is a must.

Horses with a Mission provides therapeutic riding lessons for disabled - Orlando Sentinel



Horses with a Mission provides therapeutic riding lessons for disabled
Orlando Sentinel
Since 2011, Horses With A Mission has been providing therapeutic riding lessons for disabled children and adults.

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