Definition for neoliberalism:
a political orientation originating in the 1960s; blends liberal political views with an emphasis on economic growth
Remember what it was like going to your 10 year reunion? Classmates are now married, parents, balding, graying, any number of physical things have changed in those 10 years. By now, most classmates have embarked on a career, in a lot of cases not what you would have expected from this person.
Now imagine you are not invited to the reunion because you were sort of forgotten about. You did not build meaningful friendships in high school because you had a disability. Again, the highlight of your day 10 years ago was a simple hello and smile. The classmates that remember you are your siblings friends. They had some social interaction with you. The true friends will ask your siblings how you are doing on a regular basis.
How about the cities of St. Francis,
Here are comments from other individuals in regards to Caps on Family Care
I have just begun working after my own 10 year hiatus due to disability. Without community support for my son, I'm afraid of what might happen.
As summer begins to roll in we start to hear more often about staying hydrated. I find it interesting that it takes until summer to be reminded of this. Did you know that being dehydrated and consuming an acid forming diet lead to weight gain? One easy reason is that being dehydrated sends confusing messages to our brain. Many times we think we are hungry so we eat. Also, if we do not get enough water we actually retain water. Some symptoms of dehydration are
Oh, ye poor South Milwaukee neighbors who didn't get to South Milwaukee Downtown Public Market's opening day yesterday. Weather was near perfect. South Milwaukeeans and folks from neighboring cities and communities turned out -- many with their pets. (See photos below.) Live music. Fifty vendors selling everything from baked goodies to veggie garden starter plants, flowers for border gardens, honey, handmade jewerly and handicrafts and -- ChopArt.
Here's the booth with notecards and prints of our son Chapen's art:
I am the mama with a child with Intractable Epilepsy, Autism, Speech and Language deficits, Severe cognitive impairments, and Severe Sensory Integration Disorder. Right now my son still lives at home. The town where we live doesn't have the capabilities to help us or my son much less any other young adult with Autism. As my son gets older physically, he regresses mentally. He has 7 older sisters and brothers but they want nothing to do as far as caring for their brother and neither my husband nor myself have any family to care for my son. This means I have to find somewhere and something for my son BEFORE my husband and I die. Without any long term assistance programs available my greatest fear is that my son will end up locked away somewhere where nobody will love and care for him and help him to be a contributing member of society, such as it is!!! With all the assistance programs being eliminated who will care for Americans like my son and those like him?? Certainly not some rich fat-cat senator of governor!!!! Is this right? Is this fair? The answer is most definitely NO!!!!! Oconto, Wisconsin
This was so good, I had to repost it!
How can you say you support smaller government, yet don’t want to cut the amount of government jobs?
Wisconsin Families Forward Press Event Thursday June 9th
This is an important message for families with young individuals with disabilities.
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