Celebrating Alzheimer’s Action Day (9.21.11)
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Celebrating Alzheimer’s Action Day (9.21.11)
Celebrating Alzheimer’s Action Day (9.21.11)

Categories: Community Life, Health

      By Guest Blogger Robert Egge, Vice President of Public Policy, Alzheimer’s Association Alzheimer’s and dementia represent an international public health crisis. Current estimates suggest that 36 million people worldwide are living with dementia; this number is expected to double … Continue reading

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No Boundaries Photo Project: Pete Scampavia, Courtesy Clerk & College Student
No Boundaries Photo Project: Pete Scampavia, Courtesy Clerk & College Student

Categories: Employment

  Some people have a gift for making others smile, and customers at a local grocery store in Virginia know that Pete Scampavia is one of them. His upbeat personality and contagious laugh are staples on the checkout line where … Continue reading

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Career Connection Series: What Are My Employment Rights?
Career Connection Series: What Are My Employment Rights?

Categories: Civil Rights & Voting, Employment

By The National Disability Rights Network Team  A common concern for people with disabilities who are employed or seeking employment is discrimination. Workers worry that their employer will fire them, reduce their hours or eliminate their position because they have a … Continue reading

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