Words Matter

A few days ago, the President of the United States got up in front of media, and medal winning Paralympic Athletes, and told them that they were “inspiring” but “a little tough to watch too much.” Let me say that a different way. He stood up in front of our nation and told WORLD CLASS... Continue Reading →

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Reduce Stress: Six Simple Things You Can Do Right Now

By NHU Staff We all feel it from time to time: that overwhelming sense of dread and tightness in our chest that comes with a stressful event or encounter. Sometimes it's a small passing stress, other times it lasts in its intensity and duration. While we all manage stress differently, here are a few ideas... Continue Reading →

Ableism: It Starts With Your Perception

If you Google the word “ableism” the first result to come up is: “discrimination in favor of able-bodied people (emphasis added.)” This is much different from the definition of any other discrimination such as racism or sexism. These are defined as prejudice, discrimination, or antagonism directed against people of said group; feeling as though you... Continue Reading →

How Has the ADA Helped You?

We must not be complacent, we must continue to be actively educating, training and building accessible awareness in our communities! Celebrate the 27th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)! Share your ADA experience with us at NHU! At New Horizons Un-Limited we celebrate the ADA by honoring the activism and effort of the... Continue Reading →

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