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Love – Does It Really Exist Today?

Love takes many forms. It can be between a wife and husband, parents and a child, girlfriend, and boyfriend, between siblings, and many other types. When we look for love, we often think that he or she will be this hot looking person. Today I am going to be talking...

Autism in the Workplace – How is it Working Out?

I recently watched a video about how companies are starting to hire more people with Autism in the workplace, and I don't mean the low paying jobs either. They are computer programmer jobs, lawyers and any other job. SAP, Microsoft, and about 50 other big companies...

It’s Time of Giving – How Can We Give the Right Way?

It is Christmas season again and a just wonderful time of the year. This season is a time of giving. As a person with a disability, we are usually on the receiving end throughout the year mostly. We have personal care assistants helping us, our family members helping...

Handling Tragedy at Home with Parents

Last few weeks have been kind of stressful because my dad had an accident at home and it was really shocking when I learned about it. As a person with a disability, you cannot just go and take care for your loved one or just visit them when you want to. The bible...

How Do You Determine That You Need Help?

This week I watched the Good Doctor on ABC, and they had a good story that we have to talk about as people with disabilities. There was a mom who had a teenager who had Autism and the dad was not in their lives. She was trying to take care of her son, but he was big...

Socialization and Disabilities Have to Go Together

Life needs socialization, and I don’t mean just parties but actually talking to others. We as human beings, learn how to socialize as we are growing up. With people with disabilities especially when they are born with a disability, they usually don’t learn how to...

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Chris Lenart, Founder of Disability Awareness, speaks to students, youth groups, conference audiences, faith-based institutions and the workplace to promote disability awareness.

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