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Easter Seals Thrive will be celebrating #ADA25 by sharing your ideas for a new poster that captures ADA's importance

A poster reminds employers to set aside their prejudices against disabled job applicants.

The Americans with Disabilities Act's 25th Anniversary - SBMI Informatics Blog - The University of Texas Health Science Center at Houston (UTHealth) School of Biomedical Informatics

The Americans with Disabilities Act will turn 25 years old, marking the anniversary a major landmark for providing equality to those with disabilities.

disAbilities possibilities dedication to moving forward

The World's Most Famous Disabled People. Famous people with various disabilities and conditions including actors, politicians and writers who contributed to society

I'm Not A "Person With a Disability": I'm a Disabled Person. I was about 17 when I learned about the social model and it radically changed how I thought about my own body.

I'm Not A "Person With a Disability": I'm a Disabled Person

I'm Not A "Person With a Disability": I'm a Disabled Person (article about the social model vs. the medical model)

A great way to explain disability to kids and handle awkward incounters

Talking to Kids About Disability and He-Who-Must-Not-Be-Named

Teaching kids about love and kindness with other children. Teaching kids about disabilities, empathy and considering the feelings of others. How to Talk to Kids About Disability (and Voldemort)

The Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 (ADA) is a law that was enacted by the U.S. Congress in 1990. It was signed into law on July 26, 1990, by President George H. W. Bush

Bush signs in ADA of 1990 - Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990 - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

kkorman: “The folks at Fortune magazine explained in great detail the rights of individuals who are disabled matter to everyone. Yes that means everyone! Able-bodied or...

kkorman: “The folks at Fortune magazine explained in great detail the rights of individuals who are disabled matter to everyone. Able-bodied or.

New federal guidelines aim to protect parents and prospective parents with disabilities from discrimination

WASHINGTON — New federal guidelines aim to protect parents and prospective parents with disabilities from discrimination, the latest milestone in disability rights advocates’ fight to keep families together.

Quote from President George H.W. Bush at the signing of The Americans with Disabilities Act on July 26, 1990

Quote from President George H. Bush at the signing of The Americans with Disabilities Act on July 1990

Ed Roberts-Godfather of the Disability Rights Movement

Ed Roberts-Godfather of the Disability Rights Movement

7 Reasons to Stop Calling Disabled People Inspirational

7 Reasons to Stop Calling Disabled People Inspirational

7 Reasons to Stop Calling Disabled People Inspirational - Read it.

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