If you have a passion for helping disabled children and want to gain more knowledge, maybe so you can make a career out of it, then your first thought will probably be ‘do I need a specialist degree and what in?.’ Some areas don’t have a specialist degree, for instance if you’d like to . . . → Read More: Degree Options for Those Who want to Work with Disabled Children
The following is copy of part of an article that was shared with me in a comment. Please click over and read the whole thing. Stories like these are the main reason that I fear my son ever having to be in a long-term care facility.
They grabbed him, gave him a sedative . . . → Read More: Terminal Restraint: Disabled Adults Killed
Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today signed an executive order to establish the Employment First Commission, tasked with creating an Employment First policy for New York, which makes competitive, integrated employment the first option when considering supports and services for people with disabilities. The initiative aims to increase the employment rate, and decrease . . . → Read More: Employment First Policy for New York – Employment Support For Disabled
Maybe I am too sensitive. Maybe I take offense to things too easily. Maybe I am not. Maybe I should have stood up and said something. I didn’t. I was shocked, and angered. I simply stood up and walked out. Maybe you would have said something. Maybe what was said wouldn’t have . . . → Read More: Comparing Mentally Disabled to Prison