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The JJslist.com Disability Awareness Players did a Disability Awareness Training at Lincoln Park Zoo in Chicago! The CTA staff got trained in disability-awareness! Is it your turn?


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Train your staff or students to interact confidently with customers, co-workers, and peers with disabilities. The Field Museum recently trained their staff in how to be more disability-aware.  Is it your turn?

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Chiaravalle Montessori (2 days, 10 hours ago)

I really enjoyed all the participation from the school kids in the Disability Awareness Training. They were active, motivated to ask questions, and understanding. They were great in role plays. Read More >
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Le Peep Restaurant- Evanston (2 days, 22 hours ago)

Great pancakes.Nice brunch place. Read More >
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GuildHall Restaurant Bar - Glencoe (2 days, 22 hours ago)

Has one of the best brunches around.The pancakes was really good .Always like the menus,and food.Not far from metra. Read More >
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Prairie Grass Cafe (2 days, 22 hours ago)

Brunch last week was great.Pancakes was great. Read More >
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Chicago Public Library-Norwood Branch (3 days, 7 hours ago)

Very quiet. Librarians were helpful when questions came up. Accessible to all. Read More >
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Seaway lanes bowling ally (4 days, 16 hours ago)

So we have bowled at seaway lanes for 12yrs or more. My husband is a war veteran. He bowled to. Well recently he becomes paralyzed from his waist to his... Read More >