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Google Announces Improvements to Mobile Apps

Google has announced that they will add new features to their applications, and it’s a big one in terms of disability awareness. New accessibility features will be added to the mobile versions of Google Docs, Sheets and Slides on Android and iOS. These include larger…

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Goalball: A Collegiate Sport for Athletes with Disabilities

There aren’t many opportunities for students with disabilities to play intercollegiate sports. For people with visual impairments, it’s nearly impossible to pursue their athletic dreams once they go off to college. However, the University of California-Berkeley is changing that.

Disability Scoop recently published a story about…

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Tackle Unemployment with Zen Blends


You’re the host. The big game is back again and you’ve found yourself quarterbacking the party, rummaging through your cabinets as you scramble for a crowd-pleasing recipe.

Here’s our play to guarantee a touchdown with your diverse food fans and tackle unemployment of people with disabilities at the…

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So Your Employee Has a Job Coach. Now What?

As a manager, you have a lot to deal with on a daily basis,  so when your employee with a disability has a Job Coach, you might ask, “Do I have to deal with this too?”

The answer: Job Coaches are independent from your new employee….

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5 Ways to Look Your Best at a Job Interview

01/16/15 - Uncategorized - 8 Comments

Congrats! You finally received a phone call from an employer asking you to come in for an interview! Now, what do you wear? You want your first impression to be strong, for the people you are about to meet could possibly jump-start a new chapter in your…

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Zen Blends: Product Review

01/13/15 - Uncategorized - 2 Comments

With frigid weather consuming the vast majority of the country, we thought it would be a great time to put one of our favorite disability-aware brands to good use! We reached out to our staff member and  slow cooking enthusiast, Jenny Higgins, to test Zen…

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What NOT to Talk About in the Workplace

 

The New Year is underway, and Erin Kelly, jjslist.com resident on-line Job Coach, says that now is a good time to review your social communication and social thinking practices in the workplace. There are some topics that should be off limits whether you have a disability or not….

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5 Tips to Supporters on How to Succeed at No Boundaries

01/06/15 - Education - 6 Comments

Growing up as a wheelchair user has provided me with an entirely different perspective on life compared to my friends without disabilities. I view things differently, from the way members of our society interact with one another to adaptations I have to make in order to…

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