Posts Tagged 'independence'

White Cane Safety

Thelisa LavergneWe love celebrating holidays, special events, unique and wacky days. In October there is Moldy Cheese Day, National Homemade Cookies Day, International Bacon Day, Skyscraper Day and many more just to name a few. October is also National Disability Employment Awareness Month. There are many events to be celebrated as a part of NDEAM; however, one of the most significant days to celebrate is White Cane Safety Day. Continue reading ‘White Cane Safety’

Declaring your Independence this Fourth of July

Cornelius BookerThe Fourth of July is known as Independence Day. It is the day we celebrate United States of America’s adoption of the Declaration of Independence. When most think about declaration of Independence, we think about the decisions that we make in order to become self-sufficient in life. Some of those important decisions involve the type of career we choose, the schools we attend or whether to continue our education and training beyond high school. But I want to remind our readers that there are several ways to declare your Independence. Continue reading ‘Declaring your Independence this Fourth of July’

White Cane Safety Day

Cornelius BookerOctober is National Disability Awareness month. During the month of October there are many events and occasions that are celebrated to highlight the skills, capabilities and most importantly independence of people with disabilities. Continue reading ‘White Cane Safety Day’

Honoring Our Military Heroes

””Memorial Day is a federal United States holiday that gives us an opportunity to honor the brave soldiers, sailors, marines and other men and women who sacrificed their lives while serving in the United States military. Continue reading ‘Honoring Our Military Heroes’

The Independent Team Player

Photo 57 (2)Independence Day, commonly known as the Fourth of July, is a federal holiday in the United States that commemorates the adoption of the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. The day when 13 colonies decided the team they had been a part of was no longer working for them, so they declared their independence and formed a new nation—The United States of America!
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