Jul 27, 2015

, Celebrating #ADA25 & #IDEA25

Greetings everyone! This week marks the 25th Anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) signage. In that same year (1990), the Individuals with Disabilities Education Act was also signed into law. I’m glad that I’m alive to see the impacts on those two legislations. It have opened doors for a lot people with disabilities and enabled them to succeed and explore the world without...

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