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Stop Faking Service Dogs

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From Outside Magazine Stop Faking Service Dogs Loving your pet too much is putting people with real disabilities at risk Here in famously pet-friendly Los Angeles, I encounter dogs that are blatantly not service animals on a daily basis. Recently, during a morning visit to my local café, I laughed when a woman
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Q&A with President George H. W. Bush and Lex Frieden:

Celebrating the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act In 1984, President Ronald Reagan appointed Lex Frieden to serve in his administration as director of the newly created National Council on the Handicapped, now called the National Council on Disability. In 1986, Frieden and the council
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Ten Disability Awareness Lessons Learned From Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.

My children and I just finished reading a new book titled, “My Daddy, Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr.” by Martin Luther King III.  It’s a warm, intimate biography that explains a turning point in American history from the perspective of a child.  At the heart of the book are the lessons that Dr. King modeled for us in
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No One Addresses Social Isolation Better than Al Condeluci

No one addresses the issue of social isolation better than Al Condeluci. The topic is a matter of life and death for many people with disabilities. The Center for Disability Empowerment remains committed to ending this isolation by providing support and resources so that people with disabilities can be
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