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Assistive technology review: the Amazon Echo Show Alex Lena | Independent Living Consultant  Most individuals strive to be as independent as possible.  This is true for individuals both with and without disabilities.  However, it can be difficult for those caring for an individual with a disability to allow them to be as independent as possible...
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Karalyn Peterson | Resource Coordinator  Since January 1, 2019, individuals have been able to have it in their Wisconsin driver’s license, identification (ID) card and/or vehicle registration record that they have an invisible disability, meaning that your disability may not be immediately apparent to another person. Individuals can simply fill out a form, linked below,...
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Behind the scenes: accessibility at the polls Madison Matijevich | Independent Living Consultant  Was the polling place inaccessible for you when you went to vote on February 21st? Did you request assistance and not have your accessibility needs met? Midstate Independent Living Choices works with the Wisconsin Elections Commission (WEC) to conduct polling site accessibility...
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