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More than 35 million Americans with disabilities were eligible to vote in the 2016 Presidential Election. On November 8th, millions of these Americans exercised their right to vote and found that, because of the great strides we have made in recent years that they could do so with relative ease and dignity. However, despite vast improvement, many did not have this experience.
AUSTIN - The U.S. Department of Education said Wednesday it is dispatching officials to Texas to ask residents and educators whether the state is illegally denying special education services to students with disabilities.
Press Release: Computers for the Blind (CFTB) is pleased to announce a substantial grant from the Reading Resource fund, Communities Foundation of Texas to provide almost 700 computers to persons on SSDI and/or SSI as well as families of children with visual impairments
Independent Living (IL) Services, formerly with DARS,
Now contracted with HOCTIL – ILS Program
Computers For The Blind (CFTB) is willing to provide a fully accessible refurbished computer for $50 to a refugee that is unable to use a computer unless it has a screen reader or screen magnification and must meet the following criteria:
The new way to DART about town!
This new service is for any resident that is age 65 or over OR has a certified disability.
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