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Setting the Pace For Independence

Pace Suburban Bus sets a high standard for disability awareness when it comes to transportation needs for individuals with disabilities. jjslist.com and Pace Suburban Bus have teamed up again this year to help individuals with developmental, intellectual and learning disabilities build skills and know how in riding…

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Business Reviews: Best Way To Improve Service

I have a disability. Some consider it a gift, others a curse. Learning to deal with the cards you’ve been dealt is a part of my everyday life.  So, to make my life, and hopefully yours easier, looking at local business reviews on sites like…

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10 Tips to “Age in Place”

More and more people are thinking about designing their home “to age in place” so that their house will accommodate changes that may occur over time.

The following tips can help you live longer independently and safely at home:

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Customer Service: Businesses Must Evolve for People With Disabilities

Disability is something that can affect anyone. Some people are born with disabilities whereas others can become disabled for a variety of reasons including illness and accidents. Sometimes this can even be a result of medical negligence or a brain injury. I think it’s fair…

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Tablets, Books and eReaders

Smart or Greedy: The Lack of Accessibility Features on eReaders

A smart move, or a missing link in the chain? In recent weeks, e-reader manufacturers Amazon, Kobo, and Sony filed a joint petition to the FCC to exempt e-readers from complying with accessibility laws for the disabled. Their argument is that adding e-readers to the…

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Gmail Tutorial: Using Gmail’s New Tabs

Wondering why you’re not receiving our newsletter?

Want to know how to setup your gmail so your favorite newsletter doesn’t get filtered to the social or promotions tab?

This Gmail Tutorial Covers:

Move emails promotions to your primary inbox
Change your settings for the tabs
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Guitar Lake, Sequoia National Park. Photo by Steve Dunleavy

How to Get Your Free National Park Pass for People with Disabilities

Did you come here from google?  Take a moment to read this and explore the rest of JJsList.com!
The Access Pass gives people with disabilities lifetime free entry to any of the over 2,000 Federal park and recreation sites.

Glacier National Park. Photo by eleephotography

Whether you’re a nature…

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Service Dogs: Pets, Pests or Medical Equipment?

 

Review that inspired this post – about being refused entry to a restaurant because of the presence of a service dog

I recently read a review on jjslist.com about a couple accompanied by their Service Dog who visited Wedgewood Farms Restaurant in Burlington Township, New Jersey,…

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[How To Video] Getting Around on Pace Bus: How To Plan Your Trip

Learn how to use an online trip planner to make sure you have all the information you need to travel independently on public transportation.

In the first of our series of four instructional videos, advocates Tim Finnegan and Bridget Brown show you how to use RTAchicago.com…

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Warning: Use CAPTCHAs to Stop Spam at Your Own Risk

The trouble with using CAPTCHA Codes is that they keep out more than just spam; They could be keeping your customers away too.

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No, this is not some mystical communication arriving digitally from a distant galaxy; nor is it…

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