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Resources for Job Seekers: National Disability Employment Awareness Month 2019

man in wheelchair working in manufacturing shop

Each year, the Department of Labor sets a theme for National Disability Employment Awareness Month, held annually in October. This year’s theme is “The Right Talent, Right Now”, calling attention to the significant benefits individuals with disabilities can provide the workplace. Whether you’re looking for a job, seeking to understand your rights, or wanting help …

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10 Accessible Things to do in Dallas and Fort Worth

Dallas-Arboretum Fall display of pumpkins and gourds

The Dallas-Ft. Worth metroplex is known as a hub of art and culture, incredible food, endless shopping, famous sports teams, and interesting history. The cities are home to over 7.4 million people, the most of any city in the south. There are always new things to see and do, no matter how long your stay …

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8 Accessible Haunted Locations in the United States

exterior of the Ohio State Reformatory

All across the country, spooky stories and historic legends have led certain places to be widely considered as haunted. A visit to any of these places is sure to scare you into the right mood for Halloween. Whether or not any paranormal activities actually occur there is something you’ll have to decide on for yourself. …

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Able’s Journey to Becoming a Service Dog

service dog with people sitting around it

September is National Service Dog Month, a time celebrating the efforts of these incredible working animals. Throughout the United States, there are over 500,000 service dogs helping people to live independent lives. For almost two years, we have been able to follow the journey of one of these very special dogs. In Fall of 2017, …

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Ethan’s Mission for Accessibility with Children’s Cerebral Palsy Movement

Ethan and Debbie standing by silver van with ramp extended

This July in Los Angeles, families and friends gathered at AbilityFest, an expo held by AbilityFirst to bring donors, partners, and volunteers together. There attendees were able to interact with vendors, participate in adaptive sports, attractions, and other live entertainment. MobilityWorks’ Pasadena location was lucky enough to have been able to attend this event and …

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