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I became pregnant with Homer February 2001. My pregnancy was great in the beginning. When I was about 6 months pregnant, I got severely high blood pressure and preeclampsia. Although I was very uncomfortable, I loved every minute! Daniel aka Homer, was the most active baby ever is what the ultrasound techs told me. I […]
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Living with a Disability for some people can frustrate both for the person and the family, it can also be a rewarding experience when your child or the person with the disability achieves goals in their life, whether it’s there first day at school or using a switch to help them communicate it can give […]
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Developmental Disabilities This is a term used to describe lifelong disabilities because of mental and/or physical or a combination of mental and physical impairments, manifested before age twenty-two. I use most commonly the term in the United States to refer to disabilities affecting daily functioning in three or more of the following areas. capacity for […]

Computer Technology for Disabled People In human-computer interaction, computer accessibility (also known as Accessible computing) refers to the accessibility a computer system to all people, regardl

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Cerebral Palsy is a permanent physical condition that affects movement is not an illness and or a disease it can affect people differently. If someone has this disability it means that part of their brain is not working properly or has not developed. This will have happened before they were born, around the time of […]
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