‘This is not a well-oiled machine over here’
The disability system needs a strong, smart commissioner with abundant leadership skills
His lawyer — the ‘Latino Fist’ — suggests a massive phone installation
These disability numbers seem to indicate that aging low skilled workers have left the employment pool for good.
Now they might be severely underpaying him
Chest pains, vomiting, stress, anxiety, high blood pressure, nightmares…
'Physically disabled' man filed for disability benefits but could somehow play basketball that same week
Fittingly, the man owned a shop called ‘Criminal Coffee’
April was the 195th month disability collections grew
Members of Congress say VA is ‘clearly on the wrong track’
Choosing a Self-Defense Handgun That’s Best For You and Your Disability (Part 2) - Shooting Illustrated
This is a review of revolvers, semi-automatic, compact and full size handguns and single action arms and the information applies to all shooters.
Choosing a Self-Defense Handgun That’s Best For You and Your Disability (Part 1) - Shooting Illustrated
Brand, features and price aren’t as important as making an informative decision based on the limitations associated with a physical disability.
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'Perversion files' still not available to public - Dallas Morning News
Boy Scouts shield abuser files used to vet volunteers
Proponents also push for federal law to remove insensitive references to disabled persons
The perks of socialized medicine - The Telegraph
Councils pay for prostitutes for the disabled
A GAO report issued shows that at least 1,500 government workers wrongly were given benefits
For the second time this year, NY legislators are considering removing ‘retardation’ from the name of their chief caretaking agency
On the heels of Sarah Palin’s outrage over the use of the word, senators are preparing to eliminate all references in federal law to the terms ‘mental retardation’ and ‘mentally retarded individual’
Computer software decodes emotions over the phone - Discovery News
An Israeli company called eXaudios has developed a computer program that decodes the human voice to identify a person’s emotional state.