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Inclusion Sermon

(Recently I was asked by a local synagogue to give a Friday night sermon on the inclusion of people who have disabilities in the synagogue and in Jewish life.  This is the text:) The Torah portion this week tells of … Continue reading 

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Disability Tunnel Vision

I’ve discovered a new condition I call disability tunnel vision.  It can happen when a person, business or organization tries to make facilities and programs more accessible and inclusive. I’ve found that when most people start thinking about accessibility they … Continue reading 

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A Real Accommodation

Not long ago I wrote about providing accommodations people really need as opposed to those others think they should have.  It seems the accommodations offered are often seen as easier or less expensive than the accommodations requested. Here is a … Continue reading 

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