The latest edition of the Times’ Disability Magazine features an article on how to write disability-friendly stories, including the one below.
I hope it helps.
The Times’ disability magazine features a wide variety of articles on disability.
But the first two are particularly helpful for readers with visual impairments.
The first is a story on how people can get a disability-specific education card.
The second is a feature on how you can take advantage of the disability benefits available for people with learning disabilities.
Here are the stories on how this might work for people in your life.
You can get one through your local community college, public library or your employer.
A person with a learning disability who’s been receiving disability benefits for more than six months can apply for a disability education card through the Department of Education, and the card is available through the Public Service Commission.
This card is also available through DisabilityCare.gov, a federal website.
To get it, you need to get a Social Security number.
If you don’t have one, you can apply through a public library, your state government, or a private non-profit.
If you have a disability or learning disability, you may be able to apply for the card through an employment or training agency, which is a nonprofit agency that offers disability-related services to workers.
To apply, you’ll need to fill out an application and submit a supporting documentation.
To apply for your disability card, you must be able:Have a disability that substantially limits your ability to work or participate in a particular activity or place.
This includes, for example, a visual disability that limits your vision or a hearing disability that prevents you from hearing.
Have an impairment that requires you to use one or more hands or feet.
The requirements are the same as those for a valid Social Security card.
Have a physical disability that reduces your ability or ability to carry or operate a motor vehicle.
This includes, but is not limited to, a physical condition that prevents the use of one or both hands or one or two feet.
Be physically disabled and have a physical or mental impairment that substantially limit your ability, or your ability and ability to, to engage in activities or perform a particular task or tasking.
There are other benefits to having a disability card.
For example, it allows you to apply to a variety of programs, including Medicaid and disability insurance.
If your disability is not covered by a disability insurance plan, you might be eligible for help paying for care for a physical illness, a disability related injury, or other care needs.
And if your disability benefits are being reduced by your employer, your employer can waive your disability and you can qualify for additional payments.
Learn more about how to apply and how to get your disability disability card at the Department on Disability.
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