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Mask Wearing for the Hard-of-Hearing

Mask Wearing for the Hard-of-Hearing

> LIZZY: Hi, this is Lizzy with Fun 4 the Disabled. Welcome to our COVID-19 series, where we'll be discussing how the pandemic is affecting the lives of people with different disabilities. Today, my friend Maya Larson is here to talk with us about how mask usage...

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How Mask-Wearing Affects Those with Autism

How Mask-Wearing Affects Those with Autism

Hi, this is Vanessa Harris with Fun for the Disabled. Welcome to our COVID-19 series where we'll be discussing how the pandemic has affected the lives of people with different DISABILITIES. Today, we'll be talking about how mask usage affects people with sensory...

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Five Tips for Remaining Balanced During the Pandemic

Five Tips for Remaining Balanced During the Pandemic

This is Vanessa Harris, with fun4thedisabled.com. Today, my friend Reveca Torres, who is a photographer, artist and filmmaker and power wheelchair user and founder of Backbones, which is an organization that helps people with spinal cord injury or disease, is my...

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Experiencing New Lives When You Are Disabled During a Pandemic

Experiencing New Lives When You Are Disabled During a Pandemic

Being a Deaf individual during the coronavirus pandemic has been scary. Not only has access to critical information, including press conferences at the federal, state and local levels, been limited, my wife and I worry about communication access at the hospital when...

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How to Get Cultured During the Current Quarantine

How to Get Cultured During the Current Quarantine

NOW IS THE WINTER OF OUR DISCONTENT Last night I went to see a play.  I had the best seats in the house, and I enjoyed some delicious fried shrimp and KoolAde which I served myself 5 minutes before the play started. The play?  Teenage Dick, a re-engineering of William...

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