Holiday gatherings can sometimes bring negative opinions, but you can overcome this to make your holidays merry and bright!
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The Aspire Program at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) provides professional development and internship opportunities for people with autism (18+). Applications for their Spring 2017 cycle are open now until January 17, 2017.
When it comes to money, the everyday expenses for people with disabilities can be overwhelming for both the mind and wallet. Fortunately, those at CouponChief have created a resource for people with disabilities that helps them find special offers and discounts in their area. Their approach to these types of discounts is: “‘As with our […]
For a limited time only, Starbucks will feature the artwork of 11 artists with disabilities and homelessness on their stores’ gift cards. The cards are preloaded with $100 and will be available to purchase, while supplies last. 100% of the proceeds go directly to the artist.
“I do some great holiday shopping here every year. Gifts large and small for all ages – from some amazing artists! It’s worth the trip!”— Jay O’Brien, Executive Director, Exceptional Lives
The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) is currently looking for suggestions from the public to help provide better community-based services for people with disabilities. Input from stakeholders will assist CMS in creating reforms and new policies to better serve those in the community — everything from the way benefits are designed to how […]
“The difference between the right word and the almost-right word is the difference between lightning and the lightning bug.” —Mark Twain As diversity leaders, we understand that disability is just another kind of difference, like culture, ethnicity, gender or sexual orientation. We recognize that diversity is a valuable source of insight and adaptability, generating better […]
Entering an inclusion classroom can feel stressful. You may be wondering how to communicate with your child’s peers and their parents about your child’s needs. Here are five (or six) actionable steps you can take to communicate effectively with your child’s class.