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Paige Winter and her father gave details about the shark attack that resulted in her left leg being amputated. She also lost two fingers on her left hand.
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A reader says the Tony winner Ali Stroker is a role model for children with disabilities.
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Poets have always been writing while disabled. Here is new work by seven of them.
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I saw firsthand how difficult everyday life was for my dad: how precarious were grocery shopping, going to the gym, bathing, putting on socks.
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The flirtatious Ado Annie of Broadway’s “Oklahoma!” relishes the chance to embody what a disabled performer can accomplish.
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Here’s how one school in the Bronx celebrated.
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“This award is for every kid who is watching tonight who has a disability, who has a limitation or a challenge,” said Ms. Stroker, who won for her role as Ado Annie in “Oklahoma!.”
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Advocates say the state-based accounts, which let disabled people work and save money without risking the loss of government aid, could help millions of people.
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At times it caused suffering, but it also gave me a passion for words and language.
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An actor rightly wonders: Why is there a TV show about meerkats but not one about deaf people?
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