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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

An Open Letter to FDR, Gone, But Never Forgotten

Written by Scott Uecker (Edited by NHU Editor) Dear Mr. President, I was searching through historical newspaper archives and I came across a headline from a New York Times Editorial reading: “Men will thank God on their knees a hundred years from now that Franklin Delano Roosevelt was in the White House”. This headline was … 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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