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About cnsmrrep1

I am the Acquired Closed Brain Injury Survivor that co-conceived and co-named: "The Americans with Disabilities Act", co-created the field of "Rehab Architecture", which was later woven into and used as part of the basis of the field of Universal Design, used as part of the basis of the ADA's Architectural Guidelines, and more. Alas, I can never again publicly discuss the true "Original Intent" of "The ADA" publicly, but it was civil rights in its purest form. I spent my career as a professional Technical/Medical/Scientific Writer and Editor as well as a Community College Instructor (part-time) and/or Substitute Teacher in Public Schools. I am Retired today and finally beginning to write to introduce myself. Two books in process.

Social Media use by Emergency Managers: Survey Says!

Originally posted on idisaster 2.0:
Post by: Kim Stephens photo credit: Rosaura Ochoa via photopin cc CNA, a not-for-profit research and analysis organization,  in conjunction with the National Emergency Management Association, released the results of their survey of emergency management organizations about…

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Exclusive: Google Designing Its Own Self-Driving Car, Considers ‘Robo Taxi’

Originally posted on jessica lessin:
From left, Google Chairman Eric Schmidt, CEO Larry Page, and co-founder Sergey Brin in 2011. (Credit: Google) By Amir Efrati Google Inc., which has been working on software to help major automakers build self-driving cars,…

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We are the Center For People With Disabilities, Inc., a faith-based, 501-c-3 not for profit organization now located in Austin, Texas.   We relocated here just hours before Hurricane Ike struck Galveston Island, Texas, and have set up operations from Austin.   … Continue reading

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