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Terry and Beth Kiely at Om on the Range Yoga Studio in Chicago

Disability Friendly Yoga: Om on the Range

Disability Friendly Yoga: Sheila Fox Tam’s story and tips on practice as a hearing impaired yoga student.

Beth and Terry Kiely, owners of Om on the Range

I started practicing at ‘Om on the Range’ over 10 years ago after giving birth to my first child. I…

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Lessons we can learn from Steppenwolf Theatre

When Jake Joehl, our social media assistant who is blind, returned from a trip to Steppenwolf Theatre, he could not stop raving about what a wonderful experience he had had there. But wait, you might wonder, how could a person who is blind possibly enjoy…

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A Big Store with Lots of Heart

This post was written for the JJ’s List blog by guest blogger Celene Peurye.

Quietly, without publicity or a cause-related marketing campaign, without a voting contest, this major fashion department store is helping individuals with disabilities and their families in a personal, meaningful way.

My son has…

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3 lessons in disability-awareness we can all learn

When David Kreiman, the Executive VP at Glenview State Bank, wrote a response to a jjslist.com review, he delivered a fine example disability-awareness.

He took the time to investigate the issue mentioned, rectify it, and write personally to the reviewer to thank her for bringing it…

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Walgreens and disability-friendly service

Thanks Laurie, for sharing your story:

By now almost all of us are familiar with JJsList.com and the good work they do spreading the word about businesses providing good ‘disability aware’ customer service. Several months ago I’d posted a review on jjslist.com about our local Walgreens…

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