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- 11/26/18--08:45: A Thank You Note to My Seeing Eye Dog
- 12/03/18--06:57: Thank You, President George H.W. Bush
- 12/11/18--12:02: Baking and Disability: Beth’s Egg Braid Bread Made By Hand
- 12/17/18--09:04: Bernhard and Elena’s Recipe for Holiday Gulasch and Spätzle
- 01/10/19--06:00: 8 Helpful Apps For People Who Are Blind
November is Assistive Technology Awareness Month, and to remind everyone the important role assistive technology plays in the lives of people with disabilities, Northern Illinois University student Alicia Krage is sharing an assistive technology journal she kept on a recent Tuesday at school. Interested in sharing your assistive technology journal? Let us know in the […]
Dear Whitney, Remember when Mike (you know, the guy we live with) read that New York Times story out loud to the two of us earlier this month? Yes. That one. The article about Seeing Eye dogs, and how a trip to New York City is part of the training we do: The school’s training […]
November is Assistive Technology Awareness Month, and this being the last day of November, guest blogger Liz Davis is here to share an assistive technology journal she kept for us one day to remind everyone the important role assistive technology plays in the lives of people with disabilities. A UX Designer at QuikOrder in Chicago, […]
After President George Herbert Walker Bush died Friday, the news has been full of stories about his service. One big story missing in all that? George Herbert Walker Bush is the president who signed the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) into law. The ADA requires “reasonable accommodation” for individuals with disabilities in employment and at […]
What is it about the month of December that makes you want to roll up your sleeves and attempt to make a soft, fragrant loaf of bread or chewy cookies to share with friends, family or coworkers? Is it because, as we’re in the midst of holiday cheer, we’re compelled to create something with our […]
This post is part of our holiday baking and disability series. Today, regular contributing author and Easterseals dad Bernhard Walke shares with us his gulasch and Spätzle recipe that he makes with, and for, his daughter, Elena. When I was in college, I had the good fortune to study for one year at the University of […]
Remember the 9-year-old who wrote a post here for Valentine’s Day years ago about how much she loves her Dad? DJ Mermaid (her pen name) is twelve now, and for this holiday guest post she’s focusing on her mom. by DJ Mermaid Hi everyone! Coming to you from our own Italian kitchen… It’s DJ Mermaid […]
A friend sent me a text the other day that said this: “Wishing you a prosperous new year excited face with money symbols for eyes and stuck-out tongue excited face with money symbols for eyes and stuck-out tongue excited face with money symbols for eyes and stuck-out tongue excited face with money symbols for eyes […]
by Mark Whitley, President and CEO of Easterseals Southern California Being a participant in the 2019 Rose Parade was a proud moment in Easterseals’ history. I can personally think of no better way for us to have kicked off our 100th anniversary year than by having an award-winning float in America’s most iconic New Year […]
Back in May 2018, I wrote a post here about transitioning from the iPhone 6 to the iPhone 8, and how important this was for someone who uses their phone for everything. It’s a new year now, and I’ve decided to go a little more in depth with my first post of 2019: I’m taking […]