Weighing in on the Celebration of the 30th Anniversary of the ADA

The 30th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) has the theme of Celebrate, Learn, Share for this year’s July 2020 celebration of the ADA. For someone who is disabled, who wants to work and can work, but cannot find work, the ADA can seem to ring hollow without anything to back it up.... Continue Reading →

Emotional Maturity and Your Road to Success

Life is riddled with obstacles and difficulties, particularly when you have a disability. It’s easy to get lost in or held back by your emotions. We all do it. It’s OK to feel disappointed. But, we cannot allow ourselves to get stuck there! We must learn to overcome disappointments and setbacks. That is a sign... Continue Reading →

A Curmudgeon’s Lesson in Common Sense

People with disabilities continue to be among the most underutilized resources in our modern workforce.  Despite the hundreds of organizations and federal agencies that have created programs to remedy this issue, the unemployment rate of people with disabilities remains staggeringly high.  It begs the question, why have we not made progress?  Is there some sort... Continue Reading →

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