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What One Client Taught Me about Embracing Differences

We didn’t see eye to eye at first. There was me, the outgoing and animated therapist, and her, the outspoken, strong-willed woman who came to my office each week with what I first perceived as a journal full of complaints. I soon discovered I was wrong. My new client was trying to show me her world, and once I allowed myself to see it, I learned so much.

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Should You Disclose a Disability?

By Andrea Fenwick
When you’re looking for a job, one of the things most people worry about is saying the wrong thing during an interview.  For people with disabilities, it’s even more of a concern wondering what, if anything, they should disclose.

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Coming Out on the Other Side

By Sharmaine Palmer, RN
When COVID came along, we had to change the way in which we did almost everything – from providing virtual care to advocating with doctors to shopping for necessities, even walking dogs.

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Discovering Your Path

By Jamie Leboe 
Now with a service called Discovery, individuals who have diagnosed developmental disabilities and receive DDA funding can do just that, discover what their interests and abilities are and how they align with a great job.

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