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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Disability Related Videos Links to Resource Materials Barrier Free Manitoba Materials Accessibility Legislation Models The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA The Disability Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Let CBS Know We Support Hiring Actors with Disabilities May 21 2009 The April 30 episode of CSI Crime Scene Investigation Episode 22 The Train Gone Dead featured a full storyline about coroner Dr Al Robbins portrayed by actor and disability rights advocate Robert David Hall who co emceed AAPD s 2009 Leadership Gala with AAPD Board Vice Chair The Honorable Tony Coelho as well as participated in last summer s National Forum on Disability Issues The disability community supports CBS s positive portrayal of people with disabilities and urges CBS and other television networks to feature more actors with disabilities and increase their storylines in addition to increasing the employment of people with disabilities in front of and behind the

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/73 (2016-02-09)
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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command U S Senators John Kerry and Arlen Specter Introduce Pedestrian Safety Enhancement Act May 21 2009 NFB Senators John Kerry

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/72 (2016-02-09)
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    Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Housing Bill Inclusive Home Design Act Requires Visitability Standards May 21 2009 AbilityMagazine Universal standards for homes built with federal money are long past due said Rep

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/71 (2016-02-09)
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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Videos Links to Resource Materials Barrier Free Manitoba Materials Accessibility Legislation Models The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA The Disability Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Westminster Abbey to launch unique Braille guided Touch Tour May 21 2009 Youreable Westminster Abbey is to launch a self guided Braille Touch Tour believed to be the first guide in the UK that allows blind and partially sighted visitors complete independence within such an historic monument Touch Tour participants will have the opportunity to touch and feel parts of the Abbey dating back nearly 1 000 years The tour which has been endorsed by the Royal National Institute of Blind People RNIB will go live today April 21 and for the first time will allow blind and partially sighted people to use a Braille guide to guide themselves round one of the country s most famous and historic landmarks A copy of

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/70 (2016-02-09)
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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    In Brief Excerpts from the Convention Feature Issue Feature Issue Archive News Archive Disability Related Videos Links to Resource Materials Barrier Free Manitoba Materials Accessibility Legislation Models The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA The Disability Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Staples Agrees to Web Access Tactile Point of Sale Devices May 21 2009 Major advocacy groups for the visually impaired applaud Staples new initiatives designed to improve service to its customers with visual impairments Staples will be improving its payment service terminals at the in store point of sale with tactile keypads to protect the privacy and security of shoppers with visual impairments The company will also make improvements to Staples com that will benefit customers with visual impairments and other disabilities Today s announcement is the result of collaboration between Staples and major blindness organizations including the Bay State Council of the Blind Massachusetts the American Foundation

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/69 (2016-02-09)
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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Legislation Models The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA The Disability Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command COAT Thanks CDC

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/68 (2016-02-09)
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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Accessible Design Is Good Business May 21 2009 BusinessWeek Companies such as Apple

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/67 (2016-02-09)
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  • News Archive | Barrier Free Manitoba
    In Brief Excerpts from the Convention Feature Issue Feature Issue Archive News Archive Disability Related Videos Links to Resource Materials Barrier Free Manitoba Materials Accessibility Legislation Models The Americans with Disabilities Act ADA The Disability Discrimination Act DDA The Disabilities Disabilities Discrimination Acts The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act AODA Other Resources Links Endorsers Effective Implementation Strong Legislation You Can Help Make Manitoba Barrier Free Spread the Word Endorse the Call Subscribe Follow Us on Twitter Join Us on Facebook To increase decrease the font PC ctrl ctrl MAC command command Caring for Families Caring for a Person with a Disability Apr 14 2009 Caring for families caring for a person with a disability by Dr Ben Edwards AIFS In Australia it is estimated that there were 474 600 primary carers for people because of disability or age in 2003 Australian Bureau of Statistics ABS 2003 The issue is of particular importance given the growing number of Australians who have caring responsibilities because of the ageing of the population The number of people receiving government payments that support carers is substantial In June 2007 there were 116 614 people receiving Carer Payment and 393 263 receiving Carer Allowance 1

    Original URL path: http://www.barrierfreemb.com/news/120/65 (2016-02-09)
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