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Disability Day on the Hill

Disability Day on the Hill is a day when people with disabilities (self-advocates), their family members, their friends and professionals who work with and care about people with disabilities show up to talk with their elected state officials about issues that are... Continue Reading 

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Advocacy, Caregiving

Trump Signs Family Caregivers Act

 by Michelle Diament via Disability Scoop A new law will require the federal government to develop a national strategy to address the needs of family caregivers, including those supporting people with developmental disabilities. President Donald Trump recently signed legislation known as the... Continue Reading 

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Accessibility, Advocacy, General awareness

It makes good business sense to be accessible

via TennesseeWorks In this blog for British nonprofit Scope, children’s author and actress Cerrie Burnell discusses why it makes good business sense to be accessible, and the importance of representation of people with disabilities in the media. This is about us getting... Continue Reading 

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