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The Case for Inclusion 2015

Friday, March 18, 2016 Hello everyone, and welcome back to the blog this week! We are so happy that you could join us today, as we are going to focus on a very important report that was recently released by United Cerebral Palsy: The Case for Inclusion 2015. This report,

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ILO: Introducing our Brand New Website

Thursday, February 18, 2016 Hello everyone, and thank you so much for visiting our blog today! Also, welcome to our new website! We are so proud to finally launch www.ilonow.org and showcase some of the incredible progress we have been making with building intentional communities for adults with disabilities in

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Transitioning Youth Retail Project

Thursday, February 11th, 2016 Here at ILO, we know that working is important. Employment provides us with the means of supporting ourselves, and allows us to becoming contributing members of society. In addition to being financially essential (for most people), employment also gives our days purpose, keeps our lives interesting,

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Disability Issues and Election Agendas

Friday, February 5th, 2016 Good evening everyone, and welcome back to the blog today! As I’m sure you are all aware, this past week has been a busy one in the world of US politics. Like every American, everyone in ILO’s network of participating families is closely following the progress

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Life Sharing: A Discussion

Good morning everyone, and welcome back to the blog today! We hope that you have all had a productive week and, as always, we would like to thank you for taking the time to visit our website. Here at ILO, as you know, we are all about helping individuals with

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The Medisked I/DD Data Digest 2015: A Summary

Friday, January 22nd, 2016 Hello everyone, and welcome back this week! Thanks for taking the time to visit our website today, we hope that you have had a chance to browse through our site, and have become inspired by the community building work that our self-advocates and participating family members

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