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Light at the End of the Tunnel

When someone is diagnosed with low vision and told it cannot be corrected with glasses, medical treatment or surgery, the future can look bleak. Children, adults and senior citizens can have blurred vision, tunnel vision, blind spots or a combination . . .
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Photograph courtesy of Lynne Green

Believe, 2011, photography Lynne Green Green was directing an off-Broadway show when she became extremely fatigued and could no longer continue directing. One year later she was diagnosed with rheumatoid arthritis and was soon using a wheelchair. Experimenting with photography, . . .
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Be Someone’s Inspiration Today!

With your help, we raised more than $1,000 for the contributors of Kaleidoscope. Thank you for your continued support of writers and artists with disabilities! It's never too late to show your support... Kaleidoscope magazine provides a powerful medium to create meaningful . . .
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A Message to the Community

As an organization, we are deeply distressed by recent events, and we want to take a moment to stand with others in the fight for equality and justice for everyone. We will not be silent. At United Disability Services we . . .
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UDS All-Star Community Strides

This year’s UDS All-Stars at the Alley bowling fundraiser has been postponed due to COVID-19, but we need your help more than ever! Lace up your favorite pair of sneakers and join us in September for UDS All-Star Community Strides, a fundraiser benefiting the programs and services of UDS.

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You Can Be a Hero, Too!

Before COVID-19, UDS consistently implemented high standards of health and safety with our use of universal precautions and disinfectant/sanitation protocols. Now with the COVID-19 virus, all employees and participants adhere to greater levels of precautionary behavior, hygiene and sanitation during . . .
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