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April 2015 Archives

Disney updates its ride scheduling for disabled patrons

Fans of Disney’s theme parks likely know that in 2013, the company changed its policy toward disabled visitors. Until then, patrons with disabilities were often allowed to move to the front of the line at various rides, using a Guest Assistance Card.

High school graduation rate for disabled students rising

While they once may have been institutionalized or put in special education, young people in Missouri with disabilities increasingly go through mainstream education. Though their graduation rates lag behind able-bodied students, the graduation rate of disabled students is climbing upward in recent years.

How diabetes can lead to disability

Diabetes is one of the most common chronic diseases in the world, but those who are not living with the disease may not understand what it is, and why it is so dangerous. In today’s post, we will provide a brief overview of diabetes, and why many patients eventually become unable to work because of it.

Rural Missourians often have little access to mental health care

Getting access to mental health care can be a challenge for anyone who needs it, but this is especially the case for people in rural parts of Missouri. And you do not have travel far away from a city to run into an area with a small handful of professionals providing mental health services to the local population.

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