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Bad Parking: A Frustrating Reality

Parking Fails We’ve all been there, driving around in search of the perfect parking spot, only to be greeted by a sight that instantly dampens our spirits—a poorly parked car. It seems like bad parking

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June 2023 Newsletter

Improved Communication in the Workplace for People Who Are Deaf David Hoffman has worked at Costco for seven years. During those years, he has been promoted six times. Recently, he has moved from a part-time

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May is National Stroke Awareness Month

Many individuals who have had strokes recover without limitations. Some individuals have temporary limitations while others have more long-term issues. Strokes can occur at any age, but are more common in people 65 years or older.

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Global Accessibility Awareness Day

Thursday, May 18th was Global Accessibility Awareness Day, sponsored by the  GAAD Foundation, a non-profit dedicated to make accessibility a core requirement for digital technology and products. What does digital accessibility mean? According to the

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New Mental Health Awareness PSA Campaign

The Professional Baseball Athletic Trainers Society recently launched a new mental health awareness public service announcement campaign. Developed in collaboration with the U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Disability Employment Policy and Major League Baseball,

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