Hope for Families of People with Disabilities|Bob Perske

Robert and Martha Perske Today we heard the sad news that Bob Perske died. He was an advocate who made a difference. I will miss him. At one of my first TASH (then The Association for Persons with Severe Handicaps) conferences, I heard Bob Perske speak about Hope for...

Thoughts on First Ed Roberts’ Day

Thanks to everyone who Tweeted, Facebooked (is that a word?) and otherwise shared information about Ed Roberts and his first official memorial day in California The Ed Roberts Campus at Berekley California is open. The campus uses Universal Design and is built for...

IEP Videos

photo credit: █ Slices of Light █▀ ▀ Last post, I shared some videos from the Norweigan Association of the Blind.Here’s a collection of videos about the IEP and Acronymns. I’m still looking for any videos or websites about the rights of adults with severe...

Memory rocks: not being objective

Last weekend Tom and I put our condo on the market. It’s a great condo (click here and check it out) If you buy it, I’ll be your blogging slave for life. (How’s that for an online offer?) We’re moving to be closer to our kids and deal with...

Shouting my COMMITMENT!

photo credit: wallyg Is Anybody There? Does Anybody Care? Each of us has transformational moments in our lives. One of mine was watching the musical 1776. In one scene the night before the vote on independency, John Adams reads a letter from George Washington and...