For people with disabilities, there are lots of programs to help them live productive, fulfilling lives. Included is a list of some of those programs. Most are based in Louisiana for Louisiana residents but if you live elsewhere you can find similar programs in your state. A web search should reveal a wealth of options.
When I was young I went to college to learn a career that would be mine for life. That was the way it was done back then, but something happened that changed everything. Things are changing so fast today that five years could be optimistic. So what to do?
Yea!!! Sunday, December 24, 2017, was a very big day. We were invited to the Mercedes Benz Superdome to receive the “Peoples Health Champion’ award for our “Disability Solution Sharing” Blog.
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) requires municipalities to provide public transportation for people with Disabilities. (MITS) is curb-to-curb service and demand responsive, meaning they pick you up at your door and drop you off at your destination. It’s not for everyone, however.
I love to visit the New Orleans French Quarter during the day on a Saturday. But, where to park? I found a much better solution to parking. Ride the Canal Street Streetcar from City Park all the way to the Middle of the French Quarter.
In case you are faced with the decision on which type of handicap van to buy, let me list the pros and cons of each from my own experience. I‘ve had four vans in my lifetime, two full size and two minivans. I’m still trying to decide which to choose for my next van. Here are plusses and minuses for each type so neither is a perfect choice. If only I could combine features from each!