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Cheerleaders With Disabilities Enjoy Recognition, Camaraderie

Posted by on Nov 26, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Cheerleaders With Disabilities Enjoy Recognition, Camaraderie

Source:  Eric Lagatta, The Columbus Dispatch/TNS | November 13, 2018   COLUMBUS, Ohio — Under the Friday night lights of the football stadium at Independence High School, Lauren Flynn rallied her pep squad. Just minutes into the game against the Marion-Franklin Red Devils, the Independence 76ers had marched into the opposing team’s territory, and the crowd needed a little coaxing to come alive. “All right, ya’ll, let’s hear an I-H-S!” Flynn shouted at the group of six cheerleaders assembled on the track near the 50-yard line. To continue reading please click here:...

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There is a record number of disabled entrepreneurs in the UK. This isn’t progress – it’s out of necessity

Posted by on Oct 30, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on There is a record number of disabled entrepreneurs in the UK. This isn’t progress – it’s out of necessity

Source:  Independent / James Moore @JimMooreJourno / Thursday 18 October 2018 13:14 Necessity is the mother of invention, so the saying goes. Perhaps that’s the reason the Stelios Awards for Disabled Entrepreneurs clocked up a record number of entries this year. At this point you’re probably wondering what on earth I’m going on about, so I’d best explain. The scheme is a joint project between the foundation run by EasyJet founder Sir Stelios Haji-Ioannou and the Leonard Cheshire Disability charity. To continue reading please click here...

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Heroic amputee lost his leg but found something special

Posted by on May 7, 2018 in Blog | Comments Off on Heroic amputee lost his leg but found something special

Source:  Mitch Albom, Detroit Free Press ColumnistPublished 12:00 a.m. ET May 6, 2018 It’s coming on graduation season, but I’ve already heard the best commencement speech of the year. It wasn’t delivered in a cap and gown, over a microphone, or to the sound of applause. Instead, it came in a phone interview, with a somewhat tired high schooler who had been to his prom the night before. Sean English has had a heck of a senior year. Thirteen months ago, he and his parents were on their way to church for a school singing event, when they spotted a Jeep on I-96 that had flipped over with six...

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