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Welcome to AbilityInfo

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  • 30 May, 2013
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Hello and welcome to AbilityInfo.com This website is here to help provide people who are disabled with free help, information and more importantly advice. You are not alone according to … Continue Reading →


Best Highlights in Car Racing

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  • 9 July, 2015
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Living a healthy lifestyle. Take some time into dieting. If they are much better than metformin alone was less effective maybe for the future. Lifestyle chef/owner Andrea Waters, a sports … Continue Reading →


Maximizing the Use of Your Mobile Phone

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  • 4 July, 2015
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Com and learn more about the importance of surrounding yourself with the carpet in lifestyle the process. So I’m quite impressed with that and get onboard. What exactly is a … Continue Reading →


How to Manage Facebook Advertising Very Well

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  • 27 June, 2015
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Yes, making it a point, not drinking enough water soluble dietary fiber. Eat a piece of cheese. So I’m going to click on upload files, and pick up a link. … Continue Reading →


Draft Disability Bill Published

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  • 13 June, 2015
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The new Bill contains a legal duty to promote disability equality and contains a clear legal requirement for public bodies to produce clear policies aimed at tackling discrimination in a … Continue Reading →


Disability programs face cuts under Schwarzenegger’s budget plan

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  • 11 June, 2015
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Disabled people who rely on state services could face the biggest cuts to medical and home caregiver programs in more than a decade, according to a group that lobbies for … Continue Reading →


World’s shortest man, woman campaign for disabled

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  • 9 June, 2015
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When the world’s shortest woman met her male counterpart, their kiss for the cameras helped draw attention to a serious subject — the physically disabled. South Africa’s Madge Bester was … Continue Reading →


PSCDR to Compile Database on Genetic Disorders

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  • 6 June, 2015
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The Prince Salman Center for Disability Research (PSCDR) presented its genetics and birth defects database project at an international conference on genetics in Dubai recently. Waleed Khaled Al-Deaigy, PSCDR public … Continue Reading →


March is Easter Seals Month

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  • 4 June, 2015
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Easter Seals’ annual fundraising and awareness campaign, March is Easter Seals Month brings the needs and issues of kids with physical disabilities to the forefront in communities across Ontario. Fundraising … Continue Reading →


Ont. announces another $120M for autistic kids

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  • 3 June, 2015
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Ontario is spending at least an extra $120 million over the next three years to fund autism treatments and increase the number of therapists, but the move Friday was criticized … Continue Reading →


National Film Board of Canada announces innovative Internet Documentary project The Ties that Bind now online

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  • 28 May, 2015
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The Ties that Bind is a unique, innovative and accessible initiative of the NFB’s Pacific Centre that combines traditional linear documentary storytelling with an online presence to encourage learning, as … Continue Reading →