Danielle, a Nurse with a Disability Born missing a limb from her elbow, Danielle found ways to succeed in nursing school, graduate and land a job as a pediatric nurse.
Visual Impairment and Learning Disability Services At least one in three people with a learning difficulty will also have serious sight loss. We believe the figure may be significantly higher. Over the last ten years RNIB has assessed the vision of more than 500 people with learning disabilities. We found approximately 80 per cent had some degree of sight loss. Often this sight loss had previously gone undetected. Our aim is to identify sight loss and create opportunity by increasing awareness of: * the prevalence of under-detection of sight loss * the consequences for people with a learning disability. Visual Impairment and Learning Disability Services (VILD) have a recognised excellence in supporting people with a visual impairment and learning disability. Watch our 4-minute DVD to see how we support people, from their functional vision assessment through to practical rehabilitation support. We also have specialist expertise in providing sight tests for people with a learning disability.
Social Security Disability and Part Time Work Attorney Jonathan Ginsberg explains why part time work often creates problems for claimants in Social Security disability hearings.
Actress with disability scores big role When fans and supporters wish actors good luck in a play, they traditionally say, "Break a leg." Long time actress Lana Dieterich has a leg up on the rest of the theatre world in that department.
The Other Sister - First "Date" The Other Sister - Carla & Daniel - Juliette Lewis and Giovanni Ribisi
Social Security Disability--How to Apply-Part 2 Alan Graf, Social Security Attorney with Swanson, Thomas & Coon in Portland, Oregon (503-228-5222) continues his presentation on how to apply and qualify for Social Security Disability benefits
Disability seeker faking symptoms in Psychiatrist office Another day at work...
Clip from "Talk" by the Disability Rights Commission (UK) You've got a job interview, but suddenly you're in the minority. A tale worthy of the "Twilight Zone" with a disability twist.
What's disability to me? Rachael's story. The World Report on Disability is a major publication from the World Health Organization and World Bank, to be launched on 9 June 2011 in Geneva. The Report explores current evidence about disability, identifies needs, and highlights what works to improve the lives of people with disabilities in areas including health, rehabilitation, support, environments, education and employment. We want to hear from people with disabilities about what can be done to overcome barriers to participation in their communities. To continue the debate, we asked Rachael Johnson a woman with disabilities from the United Kingdom, "What's disability to you?" Sign up at the WHO Facebook page on.fb.me and send us your films, photos and stories. Please note: this film has captions in many languages, click on the cc button below the video.
Social Security Disability--How to Apply Social Security Attorney Alan Graf with Swanson, Thomas & Coon, in Portland, Oregon (503-228-5222)explains in easy to understand terms how you can qualify and apply for Social Security Disability Benefits
Modern Warfare 2: Gaming with a Disability, Junkyard talking with Ian (MW2 Gameplay/Commentary) Click here to watch my last episode of Modern Warfare 2, Junkyard's CTF on Fuel (MW2 Gameplay/Commentary) Modern Warfare 2: Gaming with a Disability, Junkyard talking with Iain (MW2 Gameplay/Commentary) I was able to get an opportunity to talk with Ian who is paralyzed from the middle of the chest down. Not letting his situation dismay him from playing video games he has been able to adapt and come up with a solution to overcome his disability. If you have any questions leave a comment below, on my channel or in a PM if you don't want the world to see. :D Also please check out my YOUTUBE page and all my videos! Everything under my favorites, are videos that have been uploaded to Machinima! SO WHATCH THEM ALL & SUBSCRIBE! Director's Channel: Ian's Channel: Director's Website: Follow Junkyard on twitter - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - Follow Machinima on Twitter! Machinima Inside Gaming Machinima Respawn Machinima Entertainment, Technology, Culture FOR MORE MACHINIMA, GO TO: FOR MORE GAMEPLAY, GO TO: FOR MORE SPORTS GAMEPLAY, GO TO: FOR MORE TRAILERS, GOT TO: TAGS: tterminal Modern Warfare 2 Junkyard129 PC MPN 83747 Infinity Ward Activision Duty 6 CoD MW two Quadriplegic tetraplegic playing ps3 quad tetra disability wheelchair cripple ...
Disability Discrimination: Job Interview Post - 2000 public information film. A woman with Down's Syndrome is being interviewed for a job, and becomes hesitant when the employer has a question for her - but it's not as bad as she expects.
Santara's Spina Bifida Disability A college student with Spina bifida and Borderline Personality explains the process of negotiating classroom accommodations that make the difference in her academic success at school.
Disability Law Lowdown in ASL - Show 1 In this episode, we give an overview of the Americans with Disabilities Act. The Disability Law Lowdown ASL Podcast uses sign language and captions to provide information on disability rights laws.
Fibromyalgia and Disability Awareness This video is essentially a follow up to "Open Your Eyes to Narcolepsy" and describes how Fibromyalgia affects my daily life, the ills of society when it regards the disabled, and how I am currently coping in a relatively unsympathetic world.
Disability Secrets "Who Else Wants These 23 Little Known Highly Effective Disability Secrets!"
Campaign for Disability Employment "I Can" PSA The Campaign for Disability Employment is a collaborative effort to promote positive employment outcomes for people with disabilities by encouraging employers and others to recognize the value and talent they bring to the workplace.
Disability Doesn't Slow Manhattan College Center Though he was born without a left hand, Kevin Laue has reached his goal of playing Division 1 basketball. The northern-California native received a full scholarship from Manhattan College in New York. Laue is a center for the Jaspers. (Oct. 1)
RI disability pensions under review by RI treasurer
Disability Discrimination: Depression Post - 2000 public information film. An employer embarrassingly tries and fails to express an enlightened view when he discovers the man he is interviewing for a job has a history of depression.
Leonard Chershire Disability Creature Discomforts Commercial Change the way you see disability
Living with a disability Tim, Celia, Kate and Peter share their stories and describe how they found their own way to cope with their disability.
Disability Law Lowdown in ASL - Show 0 The Disability Law Lowdown ASL Podcast is the first podcast to present information on the American with Disabilities Act and other disability rights laws in sign language and captioned videos. This video is an introduction to the podcast series.
Disability Awareness Disability. Real People, Real Lives, Really. Awareness commercial made by RAMP Center for Independent Living in Rockford, Illinois.
My Life with a Learning Disability Andrew tells the story of a day in his life as a student with a learning disability. Narrated by Andrew Schneider, starring Daniel Hummer as Andrew, Brandon Berenyi as Brandon, cameo by MacKenzie Rabon. Edited by MacKenzie and Andrew.
What's disability to me? Faustina's story The World Report on Disability is a major publication from the World Health Organization and World Bank, to be launched on 9 June 2011 in Geneva. The Report explores current evidence about disability, identifies needs, and highlights what works to improve the lives of people with disabilities in areas including health, rehabilitation, support, environments, education and employment. We want to hear from people with disabilities about what can be done to overcome barriers to participation in their communities. To start the debate, we asked Faustina Urassa, a woman with disabilities from Tanzania, "What's disability to you?" Sign up at the WHO Facebook page on.fb.me and send us your films, photos and stories. Please note: this film has captions in many languages, click on the cc button below the video.
Living and overcoming life with a disability My name is Marty Sheedy and this video explains "what its like to be me." I want to create awareness and opportunities for the disability community. My dreams are to create a bigger piece and get this story into the spotlight. I am also working on an another project to create even more awareness. Check it out at www.projectscissorgait.2 Please subscribe to my channel because very soon there will be more videos to come. My next video project will be a series of me interviewing some friends about what it's like to have a friend with a disability.
Social Security Disability Benefits - The process, denial and reconsiderations, and hearings information. In this video I share information concerning applying for Social Security Disability Benefits and what to do if you are denied your claim. I share information about how to file for a reconsideration (if allowed in your state) or what to do if you have to have a hearing concerning your disability claim for a judge.
Disability Pride Def Take 2 The Connections for Community Leadership program at Michigan Disability Rights Coalition produced this video. It includes short interviews with people about what Disability Pride is and why it is important. Produced in 2009.
Changes Disability Awareness About being seen as people first, not disabled
The Silent Disability: Urinary Incontinence It's more common than you might think.
How to Get Disability Benefits If you are no longer able to work because of a disability, you may be eligible for government assistance. Here's how to find out and claim your benefits.
Rights For Nortel Disabled Employees Group Fighting For Protection of Disability Insurance Canada is not enforcing its laws for the trust accounts specifically created to secure and protect the lives of its long term disabled employees. Denying lawsuits against trust governance committees and third party trustees not enforcing common law on breach of fiduciary duties Not enforcing protections for Trust Accounts in CCAA and BIA, where there are MISAPPROPRIATIONS for trust accounts while the debtor is acting is acting in a fiduciary capacity. Not enforcing trust statutes Reading new terms into Health and Welfare Trust Agreements to enable a settlement for the claims of Pensioners' TERM Life Insurance Premiums that are in respect of a yearly premium for Group Term Life Insurance and due in the FUTURE, in addition to being an OBLIGATION OF NORTEL and not the NORTEL HEALTH AND WELFARE TRUST ASSETS FOR INCOME AND FUNDED PLANS.
Disability Awareness Project: Professional Ethics in the Classroom St. Petersburg College recognizes the importance of equal access for all students. In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, the College and its Office of Services for Students with Disabilities seeks to ensure that admission, academic programs, support services, student activities, and campus facilities are accessible to and usable by students who document a qualifying disability with the College. Reasonable accommodations are available to students who: * are otherwise qualified for admission to the College * identify themselves to appropriate College personnel * provide acceptable and qualifying documentation to the College. It is the student's responsibility to provide notice of the nature of the disability to the College and to assist in identifying appropriate and effective accommodation. Students must personally identify the need, provide supporting diagnostic test results and professional evaluations, participate in planning services, and give adequate notice in requesting accommodation. A Counselor/Learning Specialist in the Office of Services for Students with Disabilities (OSSD) is assigned to oversee services on each SPC campus. Made possible through a grant from the Department of Education.
Disability Etiquette For More info www.librarian411.org This library training has been developed to help front-line library workers better serve patrons with mental illness and developmental disabilities. The training was created using input from focus groups consisting of public library staff members, mental health consumers and mental health professionals. The content of the program reflects many hours of collaboration and interaction between Department of Mental Health (DMH) librarians and the "in-the-trenches" front-line workers of many Missouri libraries.
"Ignorance of ability brings disability" Nice video-worth watching "Ignorance of ability brings disability" www.shatheeshl.co.cc shatheeshl@
Orange County, CA Private Investigator | INSURANCE CHEATS An Orange County, California woman pled guilty to three counts of insurance fraud, which includes paying $70000 restitution to Kemper Insurance Co. |WWW.ESI- Noel DeSota was arrested last September by California Department of Insurance (CDI) fraud investigators and was sentenced to serve 60 days in Orange County Jail, complete 120 hours of community service, three years probation, and pay a $200 court fine. DeSota worked for Creative Business Concepts in Irvine in the spring of 1998 when she slipped and fell allegedly injuring her left hip, knee, back and neck. She was referred to a physician for treatment and later placed on temporary total disability according to her complains and inability to return to normal work duties. Over the next several months, DeSota was referred to physical therapy treatments and a number of physicians to help alleviate her symptoms.
Ricky Gervais- Disability Employment Comedy Sketch
House - Producers On House's Disability: Paley Center Creator/executive producer David Shore and executive producer Katie Jacobs discuss their decisions behind House's disability, the Fox network's reaction to it, and what his handicap means.
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Love Rolls On: Disability and Marriage Welcome to Love Rolls On. Barton and Megan Cutter invite you to visit their blog, http as they share their experiences about love, relationships, marriage and disability. What makes their relationship so strong? How do they overcome the challenges they face? What inspires them to share their story with others? Visit to find out. Video produced by AlishaTV http and Nuwebber
People on disability are not lazy! There are a lot of stereotypes and stigmas surrounding people with a mental disability that renders them unemployable being on government-funded programs, such as SSI, SSDI or some form of state-run benefits. Mental disabilities can be just as debilitating as physical ones, and can either be permanent or temporary. However, the vast majority of people I have met on benefits are good people with very good reasons for being on benefits, but yet they are still called lazy, worthless and freeloaders by people who BELIEVE their tax dollars are going to support these people. This is not necessarily the case. In this video I will try to dispel some of these myths, clear up a few stereotypes and speak on my OWN experiences. Remember, these are my OWN experiences, yours may be different. If you NEED HELP, please speak up and ask for it. Your local department of health and social services can be found easily online or in the phone book and would be more than happy to assist you finding help in your area for your specific needs.