Oprah Winfrey is famous for her many accomplishments: her talk show, status as one of the richest women in the world, philanthropic generosity and her prowess as a business woman. She is also known for her belief in her fellow man, and that no one, no matter their perceived shortcomings, should be discounted or robbed […]
We are in the second week of Disability Awareness Month in Indiana. March is the month when we can learn, advocate, and spread awareness about individuals with disabilities in Indiana. Hopefully, we will continue to spread the message throughout the entire year. The INDATA Project’s Director of Assistive Technology Wade Wingler recently sat down with […]
Previously, the INDATA blog featured a post that outlined the different services and paperwork for individuals with disabilities provided by the Internal Revenue Service. Thankfully, the IRS continues to help those same individuals throughout the entirety of the tax season. The following is an article published by The American Foundation for the Blind about the […]
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It’s finally here! Disability Awareness Month has started and there are plenty of opportunities for you to get involved! . Each March, Disability Awareness Month is celebrated throughout Indiana and this year marks the 21st year of the celebration. Adults and children with disabilities represent slightly more than 19 percent of Indiana’s population making disability awareness […]
What: A sensory friendly showing of Touchstone Pictures’ Gnomeo and Juliet presented by Goodrich Quality Theaters. When: Saturday, March 5 at 10am Where: Hamilton 16 IMAX in Noblesville, IN. Who Should Attend: Families with children who have special needs. The “Lights Up, Sound Down. Lights Up, Sound Down” event gives families with children who have […]