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How We Got Ranked as a Top Blog

03/10/17 - Uncategorized - 0 Comments

We’d be fibbing if we said we aren’t proud.  ‘Cuz we are. That’s because our JJsList.com blog just got named as one of the Top 75 Disability Blogs on the Internet.  Woo Hoo!  We rank right up there at #23, not too far behind the New…

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Caroline Brown (center) & Participants

How to Do Something Your Community Will Love

 You have a disability.  You want opportunity and independence in your community.  How do you help make that happen?  “Get involved,” says Caroline Brown, a volunteer with a candidate for the mayoral election in Evanston, IL.  Brown was a guest speaker recently at No Boundaries… Read More >

 

Is Your Company Overlooking this Key Diversity and Inclusion Practice?

Training at Toad & Co., Santa Barbara, CA

When companies think about diversity and inclusion practices they usually consider what efforts are being made about inclusion of different genders, races and sexual orientations.  But what about disability inclusion and what is your company doing about it? Maybe your…

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Forest Preserves of Cook County Learns About Disability Awareness

Last week was a busy one for our Disability Awareness Players as they did not one, but THREE trainings for the Forest Preserves of Cook County at the Brookfield Zoo. Everyone had a great two days, and even got to spend some time at the…

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Glencoe Illinois School District Gets Disability Awareness Educated

When the JJ’s List.com Disability Awareness Players trained Glencoe Schools in Glencoe, IL. to be disability aware, they were helping teachers, administrators and teachers assistants build the knowledge they want and need to educate future generations in how to communicate comfortably and confidently with people…

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Players Spread the Love for Disability Awareness

On Valentine’s Day, our Disability Awareness Players visited Evanston Township High School to give its faculty tips on how to interact with their students and fellow faculty members who have disabilities. Everyone was actively engaged, and we received a lot of positive feedback, such as…

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Disability Awareness Players Visit a Comcast Meeting

Last week, our Disability Awareness Players were special guests at a Comcast meeting at Pinstripes in Oak Park, Illinois. Everyone was actively engaged, and we received a lot of positive feedback, such as this quote from an audience member:

“Truly enjoyed this experience! You all did…

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Disability Awareness Players Share Their Experiences With Filmmakers

Last week, our Disability Awareness Players trained a group of filmmakers at Kartemquin Films to be disability aware. In addition to the training, the Players shared their experiences with living with a disability, as well as their thoughts on disability representation in the media. It was…

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Lyric Opera Gets Disability Aware Trained

Yesterday, our Disability Awareness Players visited the Lyric Opera in Chicago to train their staff on how to be Disability Aware. Here’s what one of the audience members had to say of the Training:

“So engaging! I’m so inspired by your work and assistance!”

We’re looking forward to…

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Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs Gets Disability Awareness Trained

The Disability Awareness Players visited the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events the other day to successfully train its staff members to be Disability Aware. Everyone enjoyed the Training, and we received a lot of positive feedback. Here’s what one audience member had to…

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