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To whom it may concern — An open letter to the restless ones Becoming wheelchair accessible — some assembly NOT required Special Education — The silence that speaks volumes Adaptive Technology: Making life easier in a world driven by technology Drop the MICroaggressions Ottawa en Français

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To whom it may concern — An open letter to the restless ones

To whom it may concern — An open letter to the restless ones

Speaking on behalf of others susceptible to COVID, I’m pleading to you to PLEASE stay home to protect yourself and others.
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Becoming wheelchair accessible — some assembly NOT required

Becoming wheelchair accessible — some assembly NOT required

If you’re a person in a wheelchair sitting outside, how are you supposed to get a staff member’s attention to tell them to get the ramp?
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Special Education — The silence that speaks volumes

Special Education — The silence that speaks volumes

Children with Special Needs are being ignored, along with the families. I’m hoping that sharing my story will start a much-needed conversation about Special Education.
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Adaptive Technology: Making life easier in a world driven by technology

Adaptive Technology: Making life easier in a world driven by technology

People with disabilities rely on adaptive technology to achieve the same level of connectivity to the world that abled bodied people enjoy
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Drop the MICroaggressions

Drop the MICroaggressions

In 1979, when I was one month old, my parents made the difficult decision to leave the war-torn country of Vietnam, a once resource-rich place they had called home.
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