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Students with disabilities face more obstacles returning to class: advocates – The Canadian News

TORONTO - Advocacy groups in Ontario say students with disabilities will face additional obstacles to returning to school after the pandemic, leaving parents unsure whether their children will be fully and safely included in school reopening plans. . The Ontario Autism Coalition and the Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Alliance held a public meeting online Friday to discuss what they say is the provincial government's "failure" to reassure parents about the upcoming school year. OAC President Laura Kirby-McIntosh said that when it comes to welcoming children with disabilities to school, the province is doing the bare minimum at best. "The Ministry of Education's guide to reopening Ontario schools is not really a plan," he said in an interview. "What we get a...
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Zappos now lets amputees and disabled people buy single or different-sized shoes

Our team is dedicated to finding and telling you more about the products and deals we love. If you love them too and decide to purchase through the links below, we may receive a commission. Pricing and availability are subject to change.Zappos just made shoe shopping a whole lot easier for amputees and those with a limb difference. The online shoe and clothing retailer launched a new beta program called The Single and Different Size Shoes Test Program which gives customers the ability to purchase a single shoe or make their own custom pair by purchasing two shoes of different sizes. The brand says the program is the first of its kind, giving people with disabilities the freedom to shoe shop based on their individual needs.While some amputees may opt for a single ...