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But then came the big problem: the reading portion of the exam.

The agent said they received his request for Braille, but, unfortunately, USCIS did not have Braille available.

They just had large print.

“I’m like, I don’t read large print,” he said. “I’m totally blind.”

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"When you see something and hear about it, you learn how to respect it," Triantafyllou says, regarding ramps and parking spots for the disabled, often blocked by parked cars or being used by people with no disabilities, just for their convenience. "You don't have to be sensitive to know not to park there," Panagopoulos agrees. "You just have to be a normal human being."

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As a small boy in Denison, Texas, I remember vividly the anguish of being called on in grade school, knowing that I was going to have a hard time getting the words out; that my words could not keep up with my mind, and they would often come out jumbled.

Those feelings came rushing back, when I heard Lara Trump mocking former Vice President Joe Biden at a Trump campaign event, with the very words that caused my childhood agony. “Joe, can you get it out?” Ms. Trump was seen saying onstage, as a few giggles are heard from an otherwise silent audience. “Let’s get the words out, Joe.”

Whether you are a Republican, a Democrat, or none of the above; whether you stuttered as a child or laughed at one who did; whether as a parent you try to protect your own stuttering child from taunts such as those made by the president’s daughter-in-law; these words come without hesitation: Stop. Grow up. Show some decency. People who can’t, have no place in public life.

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Hiking Wheelchair for People With Disabilities

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Jan 05, 2020

Even though stroke is the leading cause of serious disability in the nation, he found existing all-terrain wheelchairs didn't suit his needs. A single rider can power the AdvenChair, but like many stroke survivors, Babb's arms won't propel him. Instead, he relies on teammates pushing, pulling and steering. 

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The Disability Divorce

Posted by ADA Sign Depot on Dec 05, 2019

After eight and a half years together, a little under four of them as a married couple, my husband decided that he no longer wanted a wife with a disability. Having a partner with a disability is challenging; I get that. I am still the same person at my core, but the disease has changed my ability to walk and slowed my speech. 

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