Jobs for People with Disabilities (New) 2019

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Your disability doesn’t limit you in any way, especially if we talk about jobs for disabled people at home. Still, some people like it more to work in a professional surrounding, in an office, or another space that is not their home, as this makes them more productive. Remember that having a disability still means … Read more

Is PTSD a Disability?

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Just as its name implies, PTSD or Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is a disorder triggered by an event or series of events in one’s past. Some of the events that may cause PTSD are accidents, sexual abuses, or physical violence. Yet, a question that imposes here is: Is PTSD a disability? The fact physical factors … Read more

Is Epilepsy a Disability?

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If we start from the fact epilepsy is a neurological disorder, can we give a simple answer to a question is epilepsy a disability? Which factors are taken into consideration when labeling something as a disability? We can’t deny the fact 50 millions of people living with epilepsy deal with a couple of challenges. Some … Read more

Is Autism a Disability?

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Autism has become one of the topics around which many debates evolve. Here comes April – National Autism Awareness Month, which brings up a couple of questions and issues autistic people deal with year after year. One of these questions asks: Is autism a disability? You see, it looks as we have to make a … Read more

Caring For Aging Parents (Quickstart Guide)

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Caring for aging parents is the most wonderful and the most stressful job you will ever have. We all somehow avoid thinking about the fact our parents are growing older and weaker every day. However, there will come a moment when you will have to find the strength to handle the welfare of your parents. … Read more

Is Depression a Disability?

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People use the word “depressed” so much in everyday parlance to describe they are feeling down, sad, or dull, while others really do experience depression in all its forms but rarely talk about it. However, one question imposes itself about this topic– is depression a disability? When we talk about depression, you should know there … Read more

77 Things You Didn’t Know About Stephen Hawking

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Professor Stephen Hawking was an extraordinary man who turned his weaknesses into his strengths. He actually became a world-famous scientist thanks to the disease he was living with for over 50 years. The moment of very realization of the disease was crucial for Stephen’s life, as he became much more engaged with studying and science … Read more

Caregiver Tips : How Can You Help Yourself First?

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Being a caregiver tells so much about your humanity and care for the others, but never forget that you have to take care of yourself first. In this article, we are about to reveal some of the caregiver tips that will help you maintain your mental and physical health. We are talking here about non-professional … Read more

Disabled Dating (Your Disability Is Not An Obstacle)

Wheelchair enables you to be mobile and perform everyday activities in a much easier way. Still, there are some more needs than physical ones, right? You are not bound to live without love. Every single person on the world deserves to be loved and appreciated. If you are a single disabled person, don’t lose hope, … Read more