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Deborah Kendrick, a Cincinnati free-lance writer, is a nationally recognized advocate for people with disabilities.

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Loved one's time a precious gift
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Personal issues frequently touch on universal themes
Words distort view of disabled
Caregivers could use some help themselves

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Voices of voiceless deserve to be heard
Pain, isolation common among mentally ill
Services, products focus on needs
Mental illness the unseen, unspoken disability

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Hospital workers deserve accolades for treating patients with respect
Handicapped parking spaces open up debate
Too many adults suffer from misconceptions
Designated parking spots abused

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Delhi woman a dear friend of the deaf
At times, being disabled can be godsend
Wheelchair lift ups van rental
Program gives disabled needed employment choices

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Readers correct record about Hoy
Deaf ballplayer 'Dummy' Hoy succeeded on and off field
BrailleNote opens worlds

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Conventions offer a variety of disability education
'Dreams of blind - like dreams of all - are based on experience
'Enable America' empowers disabled
Making sidewalks accessible is the decent thing to do
Temporary disabilities can open eyes wide
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Those fighting multiple sclerosis have new resource in mscenter
Not all guide dogs, owners are same
All kids deserve special treatment . . . sometimes
Day commemorates eugenic mass killings

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All ages form a community at Clovernook Center
Volunteers keep books 'talking'
Iraq vets might get fewer services

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User-friendly cell phones good call for everybody
Lack of snow doesn't slow skiers - In SFL, disabilities simply disappear
Microsoft's commitment boosts assistive technology
Airport security daunting obstacle - Communication can smooth process

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Theater aids available, but not here - No Tristate theaters have equipment
Beware relabeling of old attitudes
Caring for parents a labor of love

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Mental illness no cause for failure
Disabled appreciate courtesy more than ramps and elevators

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