July, 2014


Disability Network Seeking Funds for Ramp-a-Thon on Sept. 11

Erin builds ramps during Disability Network's Ramp-a-Thon in honor of United Way's Day of Caring. She helped raise funds to construct 15 ramps for community members in need.Disability Network is hosting their 3rd Annual Ramp-a-Thon on Thursday, September 11 from 10AM-3PM in honor of United Way’s Day of Caring. The Day of Caring  was created to provide the opportunity for community members to support various local ...

President Signs Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act

And the Number Is In! Labor Dept. Sets 7 Percent Hiring Goal

picture of the U.S. Department of Labor SealBy Barbara Otto

FingerReader Reads Printed Text to People Who are Visually Impaired

"DON'T LIMIT ME!"- Powerful message from Megan who has Down Syndrome

The National Council on Disability (NCD) Welcomes Appointment of Taryn Mackenzie Williams as White House Public Engagement Advisor

NCD logoWASHINGTON – July 15, 2014 – The National Council on Disability (NCD), an independent federal agency that advises the President, Congress and other federal agencies on disability policy, welcomes the appointment of Taryn Mackenzie Williams as an incoming Advisor at the Office ...

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