A girl’s anger transformed into a woman’s advocacy

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Growing up with spinal muscular atrophy, a genetic neuromuscular disease that affects all muscles of the body, can bring social challenges for anyone.  For Alice Wong, the challenges made her angry.  Rather than the anger becoming a negative impact on her adult life, she has been able to utilize it to fight for her rights and those of others with… Continue Reading A girl’s anger transformed into a woman’s advocacy

Women with disabilities: Health care barriers by Rosemary Musachio

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Several years ago I asked my mom’s gynecologist if she could give me a routine pelvic examination.  She said she would have to put me under anesthesia to perform the exam because my cerebral palsy would not allow my body to hold still.  Although her reply was cordial, it made me feel demeaned, as if I was a second-class citizen.… Continue Reading Women with disabilities: Health care barriers by Rosemary Musachio

PR: Debra Ruh, the newest addition to the Huffington Post’s Blog team

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  Ruh Global is excited to announce that Debra Ruh is the newest addition to the Huffington Post’s Blog Team. In her first blog, How Much Should We Value a Person With Disabilities? A Tribute to Jean Dewar, Debra introduces her daughter, Sara Ruh and Jean Dewar, a woman born with a disability at the turn of the century. It was a… Continue Reading PR: Debra Ruh, the newest addition to the Huffington Post’s Blog team

Disability inclusion in the workforce – Training & finding champions

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The 25th Anniversary of the ADA Series: Disability Inclusion in the Workforce – Training & Finding Champions Training will save an organization a lot of time and effort as well as reduce risks. Disability inclusion should be integrated into all corporate training, writes Debra Ruh. – To see the full article by Debra Ruh, visit G3ict

Thankful for the 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)

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The 25th ADA Anniversary falls on July 26, 2015. Debra Ruh, G3ict’s Technology and EmployAbility Chair and mother of a daughter with Down syndrome, writes about how the ADA personally shaped the narrative of her family. We watched the media surrounding the signing of the ADA on television 25 years ago. My husband and I had followed the efforts being made in… Continue Reading Thankful for the 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)