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Utah is Paving the Way With Therapy

I ran upon an article about giving funding for therapy to children with Cerebral Palsy and Spina Bifida in Utah. If the bill passes into law, it would be the first law in the country that would allow money for therapy. I think that this is awesome in so many ways....

What is Walmart Doing to Their Greeters?

What is Walmart doing? I ask the question again - what the heck is Walmart doing? They are doing away with greeters around the country. I personally know one of the greeters who was let go after twenty years. You are asking what are greeters? They are employees who...

Bullying — Can We Actually End It?

These days bullying is getting worse and it is not improving. Bullying is not new – it’s going on for decades. My dad was bullied when he was a teenager and he is almost 90 years old. In his time, kids did it for fun and would forget it. Today kids can do...

Is Cerebral Palsy Linked to Depression?

The United Kingdom has done research on adults with Cerebral Palsy and depression. They say there are a higher number of people with Cerebral Palsy and who have depression than other people. They seem to be trying to link Cerebral Palsy and depression together. ...

What You Can Do In 2019 To Improve Your Life

It is 2019 already and the holidays are all over with. Most people are saying thank God, but some people are saying why are the holidays over? During the holidays, we saw family and friends who we don’t see too often, and we got out more. Since we are back to the...

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...

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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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