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Disability News Weekly Roundup – Monday, July 7 – Friday, July 11
Policy: Supreme Court rules on disability caregivers (Disability Scoop) The Supreme Court ruled last week that personal home care employees cannot be forced to pay dues to a union. According to the ruling, these employees, some of whom care for … Continue reading
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Are new technologies such as the Apple iPad a miracle device for children with autism?
Since April is Autism Awareness Month we have been on the lookout for interesting articles, information, devices, and products related to assisting individuals with autism spectrum disorders. Fox News Online featured a story “Is the iPad a ‘Miracle Device’ for … Continue reading
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