Tribute to Jason Hubal’s Writing on DisabilityVoice

 
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    DV Newsletter #53

    Just as race no longer marks what someone can do in their life, a disability should not mark what someone can do in life or their worth.

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    DV Newsletter #53

    — to create and enhance opportunities for independence and self-sufficiency of people who are blind, Deaf-Blind, and blind with other disabilities —

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    DV Newsletter #52 

    Every year Deshae Lott from Deshae Lott Ministries gives away quality-of-life grants and scholarships for people with disabilities. Learn more about this and the winners for 2015.

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    DV Newsletter #52 

    I asked people with disabilities on Facebook and Second Life for quotes on what they accomplished in 2015 and or hope/look forward to for 2016.

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    DV Newsletter #51 

    The 2016 Ms. Wheelchair America (MWA) was awarded to Dr. Allette Coble-Temple. The 2016 MWA competition took place on July 27th 2015 to August 2 in Des Moines, Iowa.

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    DV Newsletter #50 

    Throughout the year and on the ADA 25th Anniversary – July 26, celebrate the Americans with Disabilities Act

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    (Lavender Sunset on a Bay)j By Jason Hubal

    DV Newsletter #50

    This is Jason Hubal. Do you have a sense of creativity? Are you an artist? Do you like to paint pictures? Or just like to doodle? In this article, I’ll share the online drawing programs I use.

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    DV Newsletter #49 

    Kristen writes about her life and to promote awareness for cerebral palsy and other people with different disabilities.

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    DV Newsletter #48

    MusicShake is a free online program where you can create your own music right in your browser.

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    DV Newsletter #47 

    Then they started coming out with cool wheelchairs—dream wheelchairs I had imagined 20 to 25 years ago. There’s one that stands, goes up stairs and one with tank tracks, which I would’ve loved to take off-roading.

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    DV Newsletter #46

    A tribute to the life of Scott Sands who recently lost a long battle with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy. A gift of writing and photography, Scott left a good impression on hundreds with his wit and determination.

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    DV Newsletter #45

    Ms. Wheelchair America provides an opportunity for motivated women in wheelchairs to educate and advocate for the more than 54 million Americans living with disabilities

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    DV Newsletter #45 

    Deshae Lott is delighted to announce the 2014 grant winners. Applications for Labor Day quality of life grant due July 1.

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    DV Newsletter #44

    The Disability Pride Festival brings families, friends and neighbors together. Celebrate the talents, skills, arts, energy and pride of people with and without disabilities. Join everyone on Saturday, July 26, 2014 from 12 noon until 5:00 PM.

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    DV Newsletter #44 

    Jake Olson, now 16, was diagnosed with Retinoblastoma, a rare cancer. He’s an inspiring young man who wrote 2 books, is a motivational speaker…

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    DV Newsletter #43 

    Mark Bathum sets his sight the Sochi slopes to add more medals to his 2010 second place. Find out how Mark and other skiers with visual impairments made it down the slopes in this article.

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    DV Newsletter #43 

    Paralympics will televised on NBC and NBCSN. Winter Paralympics Opening Ceremony begin on March 7 at 11 a.m. ET on NBCSN.

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    DV Newsletter #43 

    Assistive technology (AT) cost can range from hundreds of dollars to thousands. Here is some information about funding and also information about changes in Medicare rules regarding assistive tech.

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    DV Newsletter #43 

    This was meant to be in the January DV Newsletter. Uses these personal quotes to you hope in the New Year. We will be looking for more quotes for 2015 from the readers of this newsletter starting December 1, 2015.

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    DV Newsletter #42

    At one point in my life I enjoyed cooking and creating dishes. I didn’t do the actually chopping, slicing and stirring, but I had an assistant, whether it was my mom or nurse. I directed my assistant to the ingredients, utensils, and how I wanted it done.

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    DV Newsletter #42

    Deshae Lott is delighted to announce the 2013 CMMS Deshae Lott Ministries Outreach Program’s winners.

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    DV Newsletter #41 

    I had the privilege to interview Nicole Kelly, the reigning Miss Iowa 2013, via telephone. The reason DisabilityVoice is interested in Nicole, not solely because of her being born without a left forearm, but for the platform of disability advocacy she used as Miss Iowa and will be using for the Miss America Pageant in 2014.

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    DV Newsletter #41 

    At Thanksgiving we are thankful for cornucopia of things, a free country, family, friends, a job, food and the comforts of home. I’m going to highlight friendship; it’s something we can take for granted. Some people who are disabled, whether physical or with a learning disability feel isolated from society. A great program called Circle of Friends bridges the gap between non-disabled and the disabled students.

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    DV Newsletter #40 

    Life Rolls On.  Also it is Life surfs, skates, and skis on. It all began for Jesse Billauer, founder of Life Rolls On (LRO), with a surfing accident which made him quadriplegic, ending his professional surfing career.…Jesse didn’t get down. Instead he positively voiced the words “Life Rolls On.”

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    DV Newsletter #39

    It’s difficult for some people to play instruments and is much more strenuous or non-existent for many people with disabilities.

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    DV Newsletter #39

    Introducing Hatchbacks Elites, a new line of shoes designed specifically to address the needs of children wearing AFO’s, DAFO’s, and orthotics.
    clipboard;Introducing Hatchbacks Elites, a new line of shoes designed specifically to address the needs of children wearing AFO’s, DAFO’s, and orthotics.

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    DV Newsletter #37 

    You may have seen this lady on Youtube or read an article on her. Sheila Radziewicz is an inspiring person. She has no arms and knees which is a rare genetic condition, called thrombocytopenia absent radius, or TAR, syndrome.

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    DV Newsletter #31 

    On July 12, 2012, the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee held a hearing to consider a United Nations resolution on how to care for people with disabilities.

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    DV Newsletter #30

    Among other things NeedyMeds lists summer camps throughout Washington State for disabled children.

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    DV Newsletter #29 

    Ahh, Baseball Spring Training is in full swing. Millions of kids will be joining organized baseball leagues. Many disabled kids used to be left out in organized sports, but that all changed in 1998 when the Rockale Youth Baseball Association (RYBA) invited 35 disabled children to play baseball.

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    DV Newsletter #28

    The pursuit of art on a regular basis may be the key to healing our minds and bodies. ~ Kim Blair Art was my favorite class especially in junior and high school. I never really thought it was therapy for my Muscular Dystrophy—and perhaps it was— but for others it can be.

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    DV Newsletter #27 

    The pursuit of art on a regular basis may be the key to healing our minds and bodies. ~ Kim Blair Art was my favorite class especially in junior and high school. I never really thought it was therapy for my Muscular Dystrophy—and perhaps it was— but for others it can be.

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    DV Newsletter #27 

    Deshae is delighted to announce the 2011 CMMS Deshae Lott Ministries Outreach Program’s Quality-of Life grant recipients:

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    DV Newsletter #26

    The children’s book “Wendy on Wheels Goes to the Beach” by author Angela Ruzicka and illustrator Elizabeth Gearhart has had international praise by children and parents alike. It’s a story about Wendy, a content 10-year-old girl in a wheelchair,

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    DV Newsletter # 24

    This is a nice product I’ve used for several months. I have night nurses and needed a better audio “baby” monitor. Doing an internet search revealed video/audio units were available.

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