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Here are the top ten articles for the Disabilities Site! These rankings are live and get reset at the beginning of each month, so check back often to see what your fellow visitors are most interested in!
1. Animals for Psychiatric Support
We've heard of dogs as assistance animals for wheelchair users and those with visual impairments, and even small monkeys as assistance animals, but what are psychiatric support animals? Let's look at the difference.
2. Multiple Sclerosis
Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is a disabling condition that attacks the central nervous system. It primarily hurts the nerves that have the job of communicating in the central nervous system and the nerves throughout the body. It can impair speech and movement.
3. Dental Care Tips
Good oral care can be challenging for the disabled. Consider these tips to help adapt a regular schedule of toothbrushing and mouth care.
4. Budgeting on Limited Income
Deciding how to budget when you have a disability is a personal matter, but it's important that you do as much as possible to understand all financial options. It takes patience and creativity, but you CAN do it!
5. Inclusive Thanksgiving Tips
Thanksgiving is, for many, a day brimming over with great food and great family time. Your disability shouldn't be a barrier to yours or anyone else's enjoyment.
6. 3E Love Gets 'A' for Awareness
3E Love is a social entrepreneurship company seeking to change societal perceptions of people with disabilities and their abilities through clothing, education, and art.
7. Motherhood With A Disability
Do you want to be a mother or make your life as a mother with disabilities or chronic illness better for you and your family? Learn all you can about your disability and how it impacts your health and the raising of your family.
8. The ADA's Title IV - Sensory Impairments
Americans with Disabilities Act's Title IV involves making telecommunications services accessible to people with hearing impairments. We'll also discuss a bit about the accommodations that are actually covered under Title III for movie theaters including people who are deaf or blind.
9. Lorraine Woodward: Triple Business Leader
Lorraine Woodward has worked in the communications field for 22 years and held positions on national, regional and state levels. Now, the mother with muscular dystrophy, is the head of three businesses she's built from the ground up on her terms for the good of others.
10. The FASD Umbrella
FASD is an umbrella term describing the range effects that can occur in an individual whose mother drank alcohol during pregnancy. FASD affects an individual from birth into adulthood, but help can be found.
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