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US Military Looks to Follow Israel’s Model of Inclusion

US officials visited a military base in Israel recently to observe and learn how that nation has successfully incorporated young men and women with assorted disabilities into military life on base.

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Feds Order NYC MTA to Install Elevators in Subway Stations

Judge tells the MTA it must install elevators in any New York City subway station that undergoes renovation.

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Women in Direct Care Send Letter to Gov Cuomo Seeking Living Wage Funding

More than 2,000 women who work in New York’s non-profit human services sector signed an open letter to Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo last week seeking a living wage.

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People with Disabilities and Artificial Intelligence

“Accessibility is designed into everything today,” Lay-Flurrie says. “We need to make it part of the air that we breathe.”

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CEO Tom Sy Is Leaving Aspire of WNY

Longtime CEO will leave Aspire of WNY in late July.

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Most NYC subway Stations Still Inaccessible to People With Disabilities

Even after a five year plan to add 50 elevators to subway stations, more than half the system’s stations will not accommodate people with disabilities.

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