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An accessible bathroom is a crucial accessibility feature if you live with paralysis.

These Accessibility Features Will Help You Live at Home Longer With Paralysis

Most people who live with paralysis want to continue living in their own homes for as long as they can. However, as we get older, this can become difficult or impossible without the right accessibility features. Even if you don’t need them now, these changes will make your home much more livable for years to come.

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Person with a disability at college. An important part of transitioning to adulthood with a disability is transitioning to college or the workplace.

Crucial Tips for Transitioning to College and the Workplace

Crucial Tips for Transitioning to College and the Workplace In previous posts here and here, I wrote about a Spina Bifida Association webinar on transitioning to adulthood if you have a disability. The presenters were Matt Davis, the associate director of the Student Accessibility Resource Center at Western Kentucky University, who lives with spina bifida;

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