You’re the average of the five people you spend the most time with, motivational speaker John Rohn once said. If you’re not happy with your current situation at work, you may want to Continue reading How to decide if your social circle needs an upgrade in 2020
Paralyzed Veterans of America received over $1 million through Penske Automotive Group’s 2019 Service Matters campaign to benefit our nation’s heroes. Continue reading PVA receives over $1 million from Penske Automotive Group’s Service Matters campaign
Justin Moehn’s vast amiibo collection, comfortable gaming chairs and a large screen set up in a very specific way in his Richmond bedroom are evidence of his highly focused Continue reading How Interior Design Can Be A Tool In Managing Life With Autism
PEORIA, AZ — An Arizona mother was moved to tears when an advertisement at Target caused her son to stop in his tracks and stare in awe at the sign. Continue reading ‘Beautiful moment’: Mom moved to tears seeing 2-year-old in awe of inclusive Target advertisement
Shia LaBeouf joined the actor to present the best live-action short prize at the 2020 Academy Awards on Sunday. Continue reading ‘The Peanut Butter Falcon’ Star Zack Gottsagen Takes Stage as First Oscar Presenter With Down Syndrome
Please join us at the M-Enabling Summit, the leading conference and showcase promoting accessible technology and environments for seniors and users of all abilities, which will be held Continue reading The 2020 M-Enabling Summit is coming to Washington, D.C.
It’s a scenario many of us have found ourselves in. You’re nearing the end of a job interview and finally, you can begin to relax a little. Despite the nerves, you’ve Continue reading What kind of questions should you ask at the end of a job interview?
Paralyzed Veterans of America will host 12 wheelchair rugby teams from across the country to compete in its 3rd Annual Code of Honor Quad Rugby Invitational. Continue reading Paralyzed Veterans of America to host Wheelchair Rugby Tournament for wounded heroes and adaptive athletes
By Adam Kaplan
Despite an unemployment rate nearly double that of their non-disabled peers, people with disabilities can look forward to a bright jobs future—provided that they approach their career activities the right way. Continue reading Top 5 Tips for Job Seekers with Disabilities
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