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New Employment Tool for People With Disabilities

Here at JJsList.com, we champion the inclusion of people with disabilities as customers and as employees, and we believe in standing up for your rights when you have a disability.  Luckily, Equip for Equality has set up a new Employment Rights Helpline. The goal of…

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No Boundaries Tackles Spams, Scams, and Phishing

We’ve all seen plenty of news lately about security dangers on the Internet.

At  No Boundaries, we work on staying safe on the Internet every day. Our lessons in Internet safety include how to protect ourselves from spam, scam emails, and Internet phishing when we surf…

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4 Tips for Getting the Best Healthcare for Your Disability

A guest blog by Diamond Grant

When you have a disability, you sometimes need very specific care which may require more frequent doctor visits and help from specialists who are familiar with your condition. The process of keeping up with so much can quickly become confusing, and…

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ComEd Energy Ambassador Visits Brookfield Zoo

Brian with fellow ComEd Ambassador Jessica

The Brookfield Zoo had a special Halloween event called Boo! At the Zoo! One of our ComEd Energy Force Ambassadors, Brian Rhode, hosted a table with another Ambassador, Jessica Esteves. They interacted with Brookfield Zoo guests by providing energy efficiency tips and passed out…

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The Benefits of a Job Coach – A Perspective from a Person with a Disability

From my own experience, I can tell you having a job coach was critical part of my personal and professional growth.  In order to demonstrate this, I will cite examples of my time at Target and my time at an internship with the Illinois State…

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6 Things You Need to Know About ABLE

JJsList.com fans know that we are always looking for new ideas that can help people with disabilities fully participate in every part of the community.  We listened to a great webinar put on by the National Disability Institute and want to share 6 basic things…

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Is it Time for Your Agency or School to Hop on the Bus to Independence?

Here at JJslist.com, we believe that you have to be able to get around your community if you are going to be a part of your community.

That’s why we’ve partnered with Pace Suburban Bus to lead workshops for agencies and schools that help individuals with…

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Microsoft Takes A Strong Stance On Accessibility

Brad Smith, the President and Chief Legal Officer of Microsoft, recently announced a new hire and strategic initiative that portends an exciting future for accessibility in Microsoft’s product offerings.

Those magical words of “culture change” towards an inclusion-oriented thought process when it comes to the development…

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Which Resume Should You Have?

With or without a disability, if you want a job, you need to build your resume.  What type of resume should you have?  There are two types of resumes:

Chronological
Functional (also called Skills)

We think you need BOTH!

At No Boundaries – Train for Work, Train for Life…

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American Sign Language and Audio Description At Shedd Aquarium Performances

This holiday season, there will be an audio describer and an American Sign Language interpreter available during four of our A Holiday One World aquatic shows.

Show times:
The audio description and ASL interpretation will be available on the following dates during both the 11:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. shows:

• Wednesday, December…

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