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2015/05/25 06:03
2015/05/25 06:03
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For years, her grandmother stayed in the girl's room at night, watching for an attack. That ended three years ago when Alyssa got a rare gift for a young child: a service dog named Flint. When the...
2015/05/25 06:03
2015/05/25 06:03
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2015/05/24 10:09
2015/05/24 10:09
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Oysterponds Elementary School students Brynn Dinizio (left) and Makayla Harvey ask questions using sign language. The enrichment workshop is part of the district’s Reach for the Stars program....
2015/05/24 04:55
2015/05/24 04:55
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Although he's employed at the U.S. Geological Survey's Leetown Science Center, the retired Marine - he spent 21 years in the military, including a year in Vietnam - also runs a special fishing program...
2015/05/23 21:48
2015/05/23 21:48
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Women aren’t really from Venus. They make up more than half the Earth’s population. You share your bed with some of them. Yet, even after years of friendship or working together or dating or fucking...
2015/05/23 19:58
2015/05/23 19:58
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Issues related to the law-making process Address gaps within the law -making process in Sri Lanka.In particular, ensure that there is greater transparency in the law-making process and that the public...
2015/05/21 18:41
2015/05/21 18:41
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One of the biggest tech companies is getting behind one of the youngest tech entrepreneurs. Microsoft has partnered with Santa Clara, Cal., eighth-grader Shubham Banerjee to help the teenager build...
2015/05/21 17:48
2015/05/21 17:48
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MD Support�s LowViz Guide Offers Gift of Sight Atlanta, GA, May 21, 2015 --(PR.com)-- For four days, Bill DeMaio could see through walls. And that’s really saying something, considering that he has...
2015/05/21 16:46
2015/05/21 16:46
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LOS ANGELES — When Alyssa Howes was 4, she lost her sight and started having seizures — up to 20 a day. For years, her grandmother stayed in the girl's room at night, watching for an attack. That...
2015/05/21 13:57
2015/05/21 13:57
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One of the benefits of exhibiting in a nontraditional gallery space is that, aside from avoiding the crowds and annoying instructions about where to stand, it forces the spectator to hyper focus on...
2015/05/21 13:37
2015/05/21 13:37
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Kerajaan disaran lebih serius pengisian 16,000 OKU di sektor awam Published: 21 May 2015 8:59 PM Presiden Pertubuhan Orang Cacat Penglihatan Malaysia, Mohammad Nazari Othman berkata ini kerana dasar...
2015/05/21 09:46
2015/05/21 09:46
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The J.R. Curtis Memorial Garden for the Blind was rededicated this week after its restoration by the members of the Gregg County Master Gardeners. Since October, volunteers put in more than 2,000...
2015/05/21 03:25
2015/05/21 03:25
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UPDATE: Pedestrian hit by train in Sulphur, confirmed fatalityUPDATE: Pedestrian hit by train in Sulphur, confirmed fatality Sulphur Police Chief Lewis Coats confirmed that the person hit by a train...
2015/05/19 22:53
2015/05/19 22:53
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OLD BRIDGE — Through curriculum and activities, students at Alan B. Shepard Elementary School are learning about differences, understanding and acceptance. School officials hosted Disability...
2015/05/19 13:15
2015/05/19 13:15
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Pole vaulting isn’t easy, but a Texas teen has mastered it and other track events despite being legally blind. Charlotte Brown, 17, is a senior at Rains High School, which is just about an hour or so...
2015/05/18 08:05
2015/05/18 08:05
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An Australian woman has become the first person to make a telephone call from a Braille-enabled phone, designed for deaf and blind people. Michelle Stevens made the historic call from Sydney to her...
2015/05/18 05:29
2015/05/18 05:29
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MICHELLE Stevens glides her fingers over a Braille keypad, and for the first time the deafblind Victorian is able to have good old phone chat with her sister. "THIS is the first time in a very, very...
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2015/05/18 04:29
2015/05/18 04:29
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Touch permeates life and enables almost every activity we do, from typing to swimming to kissing. If we see something we like, say a puppy, we often reach out, to experience through touch. While your...
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2015/05/18 01:37
2015/05/18 01:37
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Spencer Lucas, left, and Elizabeth Cummings, both of Gadsden, are shown in the Helen Keller Fragrance Garden at the Alabama School for the Blind...GadsdenTimes.comMay 17, 2015 8:28 PM Like most...
2015/05/17 05:37
2015/05/17 05:37
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Disabled cry foul over difficulties in claiming GST relief on equipment Published: 17 May 2015 12:44 PM A disabled person must produce a certificate signed by the head of a private charity...
2015/05/16 08:57
2015/05/16 08:57
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FAYETTEVILLE -- On one side of the Arkansas Union, student teams tested skills of robots they built out of blocks and a programmable controller. On the other side, they shared solutions for finding a...
2015/05/25 06:03
2015/05/25 06:03
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