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  • hi-myvoice

    App gives voice to people with disabilities

    Tyler Austin is one of thousands of Canadians who can now speak, thanks to MyVoice, a new technology developed by two University of Toronto students. Tyler, 18, is from Toronto and has cerebral palsy, which affects his muscle control and makes it difficult for him […]

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    Sterling Creations – “Internet accessability for all”

    “Where our mission is to help you realize your goals. For well over a decade, Sterling Creations has been providing quality services at affordable prices to clients around the globe. The suite of services outlined below benefit countless individuals and businesses on a daily basis. […]

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  • Caregivers

    3 Critical Caregiver Tips

    By J. Dietrich Stroeh Being a caregiver isn’t easy. I know. I learned the hard way as I took care of my wife who died from pancreatic cancer three years ago. The stress of doing a job that most people aren’t trained for, on average, […]

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  • People Centred Planning

    Look Back Plan Forward

    About Person Centered Planning Look Back, Plan Forward was created to support individuals with disabilities and people who are aging; along with their family caregivers and service providers, by offering a resource to capture their personal stories. The tool is designed to help you capture […]

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    Self Help from SelfGrowth.com

    SelfGrowth.com is the most complete guide to information about Self -Improvement, Personal Growth and Self Help on the Internet. It is designed to be an organized directory, with articles and references to thousands of other Web Sites on the World Wide Web. Self Help from […]

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    Disabled World – News, Information, and Resources for the Worldwide Disability Community

    From persons who are newly disabled to those born with a disability; Disabled World provides a free Disability Community, resources, information, and assistance. About 1 in 5 U.S. residents – 19 percent – reported some level of disability in 2005. These 54.4 million Americans are […]

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    GCF Learn Free

    GCFLearnFree.org Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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    10 Top Disability Blogs

    “Since becoming more serious about my online presence, and blogging regularly, I have come across several high quality websites that cover disability topics very well. In no particular order, I encourage you to visit these sites and connect with the authors of the best disability […]

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    Health Gateway – A Resource for People Living with Chronic Illness and Disability

    A website to meet the health information and support needs of people living with complex chronic illnesses and episodic disabilities and their loved ones in Ontario. Whether you are newly diagnosed or living in the community, Health Gateway is your resource portal to help guide […]

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    Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship

    Welcome to the Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship The Forsythe Center for Entrepreneurship (FCE) is part of Hadley’s Adult Continuing Education Program. The goal of this new initiative is to provide individuals who are blind or visually impaired with the knowledge, resources and networking opportunities to […]

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