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Aug 14

Disabled Housing Problem

With medical advances people with chronic illness or disability are living longer lives. That means cost of keeping people with these conditions alive is skyrocketing and housing them is also a very complex issue. Often this population of people are among the poorest. Being physically disadvantaged is one thing, but also being financially disadvantage creates …

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Jan 29

Pain In The Brain

Jerika Bolen a fourteen-year-old girl from the small town of Appleton, Wisconsin made national headlines this past summer. She chose to throw herself a prom-like dance and then end her life at the end of summer. The local media and national media both picked up the story. Lots of missing or misleading information was in …

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Sep 30

Too Old To Fit In A Box

Democratic, Republican, Liberal, Conservative, Right Winged, Left Winged all these terms have been floating around the media as the presidential race continues to be a circus of he said she said drama. Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton are certainly entertaining, but ready to lead our country? That’s not really what I wanted to talk about. …

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Jan 22

Lack Of Social Skills With The Disabled

The older I get, the more I have become aware of the lack of social skills people with long term disabilities possess. I contribute this to a number of topics that will be discussed later. In a world centered around social media and gaming, the general population is losing crucial social skills. This means the …

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Aug 18

Online School vs Public School

Online School vs Public School More and more students are pulling out of regular high school and enrolling into online school. Parents and students turn to online school for a variety of reasons. Some of these reasons include: more time for other things, better focus, does not fit in, or poor academic performance. I have …

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