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Source: https://www.change.org/…/ohio-state-house-protect-our-sheltered-worksh… Petition to Ohio Governor John Kasich, Ohio House and Senate Members. Ohioans Demand Protection for Sheltered Workshops, Developmental Centers. Ohio Adults with debilitating intellectual or developmental disabilities (I/DD) will be irreparably harmed if some of the Kasich Administration’s Employment First … Continue reading
My computer, my printer, my digital phone, my video camera, my internet connection, my telephone, my router, my monitor have connecting cords that easily get tangled and are often difficult to follow to their correct position. The secret to achieving … Continue reading
I’m thankful for my Down Syndrome’s daughter’s first 44 years. A humane society made her transition into adulthood relatively painless. During the dawn of the one-percenters, however, that care is insidiously being compromised. Much as the mentally ill years ago … Continue reading
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Last weekend I was sorting out some photos of local city landmarks taken last summer during some of my walking adventures. Suddenly I spied some photos that I’d meant to divert into a…
THIS IS MANDY MYKEL I’ve been so busy with different blog pages that I have badly neglected my Downs Syndrome page. Tonight I discovered two excellent downs blogs and have included a couple of excellent resources from the noahsdad blog on … Continue reading
My main regret about having Mandy is that my other three children got short-changed. I don’t know where I would have gotten the energy from, but I wish somehow I could have done things differently. When Mandy was born one … Continue reading