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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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    GCF Learn Free Republished by Blog Post Promoter

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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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    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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    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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    Eye Foods ~ a food plan for healthy eyes!

    This website is for everyone who wants to learn more about eye health and the prevention of eye disease. Our environment, our habits and especially the food that we eat have significant impacts on our overall health and especially our eye health. Though it is […]

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    How Can I Get Help Paying For My Prescriptions?

    The ongoing cost of prescription medications can be a challenge, especially if you are taking more than one prescribed medication. Some pharmaceutical companies offer prescription assistance programs to individuals and families with financial needs. These programs typically require a doctor’s consent and proof of your […]

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    Remote and Virtual Work: Trends, Challenges, and Strategies for Success

    Webcast Date: Thursday, November 10, 2011 Time: 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. (EST) Presented by: Cornell University ILR School It’s estimated that 10 percent of the global workforce is comprised of remote workers. Organizations rely more and more on virtual, geographically dispersed teams using electronic communication […]

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    eDateAbility helps people with physical disabilities meet others for friendship, romance and love. eDateAbility strives to give singles and others with physical disabilities a forum for information, tips on dating and relationships, as well as keep them abreast of trends and issues singles face today. […]

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    Sign up for the best government program in Canada

    Imagine a savings program where the federal government gives a man or woman up to $3 for every $1 contributed by that man or woman – to a lifetime maximum of $70,000. Wouldn’t people flock to that program? Wouldn’t the Treasury be all but emptied? […]

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