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The first Sunday in August is the start of International Assistance Dog Week, a celebration of the “devoted, hardworking assistance dogs helping individuals mitigate their disability-related limitations.” Visit the IADW website for more on International Assistance Dog Week and the organizations supporting this event. Here are some things to know…Read More
Bardonia, NY — On Thursday, July 18th, National Ramp donated a ramp to Rudy Ferezza, a retired Clarkstown Highway Department employee who had been homebound following a stroke suffered last year. “We are happy to do whatever we can to give back to the community in which we live and…Read More
A party host takes pride in making sure all their guests feel welcomed and free to enjoy the wonderful food and events planned. Here are some suggestions to be inclusive and hospitable to your disabled and/or veteran guests during summer celebrations. Know your guests’ needs so you can prepare As…Read More
For senior citizens who wish to Age in Place (living in their homes as long as possible) there are many beautiful home modifications that can be done which will not only increase the long-term safety of the home but will also contribute to its value. It’s important to keep in…Read More
The Funding Guide for Children With Disabilities, by Tamara Simmons (Triumph Press, 2015), offers a how-to guide for receiving funding for assistive technology based on Tamara’s years of experience doing so. While the book was written directed at parents of children with disabilities, many of the takeaways are useful for…Read More