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Dec 03

PRESIDENT GEORGE HERBERT WALKER BUSH A MAN OF HONOR

The founding and strength for Advocates for Disabled was inspired by President Reagan and President Herbert Walker Bush. He was the continued hope for me, the national chief and founder of this civil rights organization. President Reagan gave him hope, President Bush solidifed my belief in the greatness of this country. It was an honor …

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Oct 02

THE ADA HAS REVAMPED ITS WEBSITE

Sent from Yahoo Mail on Android —– Forwarded Message —– Subject: Check out the new look of ADA.gov’s TA Materials page! We have revamped our Technical Assistance Materials webpage on ADA.gov to make it more organized and user friendly. Materials are now arranged by the relevant Title of the ADA as well as by subject …

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Sep 23

Onur Topac Heading to Help Those Effected by the Hurricane in Jacksonville NC

            Onur Topac and his team, Topac Enterprises and Battle Born Kustoms is heading out to help those effected by the hurricane. He calls it JAX TO JAX. He is going from Jacksonville ,FLA to Jacksonville, North Carolina.His whole family, wife and children are helping, as you can see from …

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Apr 14

The Seasons of Emma, a Unique Children’s by Darren Aquino

THE SEASONS OF EMMA- WRITTEN BY DARREN AQUINO, ILLUSTRATED BY SIHAR AQUINO. A very unique children’s book about a little  girl with special needs . In this book Darren shares Emma’s challenges, but, more importantly, shares her victories and her perseverance. We hope that with this book, we can spread awareness regarding disabilities. We hope …

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Jan 14

Cover up At The Forward School located in the Bronx

The Forward school located in the Bronx, NY, has been trying to cover up the lack of adequate classroom staffing . Mr. Mitchell Ellingsen, a general ED teacher of over 22 years, was placed in an ICT classroom without any real support, assistance or coverage. The principal of the Forward school, Magdelena Neyra, ordered Mr. Ellingsen …

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Jul 27

Advocate & Actor, Darren Dione Aquino Decides to Run for Mayor

Darren Dione Aquino, after receiving many requests from disabled veterans, disabled americans, has decided to run for Mayor of  NYC in 2017. New York is fed up with the leadership of Mayor Di Blasio.  Crime is at an all time high, there is rallying in the streets, unrest….. Darren Aquino has a plan for NY …

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Jul 16

Department of Justice-Updates to Service Dog Regulations

U.S. Department of Justice Civil Rights Division Disability Rights Section Link to PDF Version Frequently Asked Questions about Service Animals and the ADA  Many people with disabilities use a service animal in order to fully participate in everyday life. Dogs can be trained to perform many important tasks to assist people with disabilities, such as …

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Jan 13

SAG AWARDS-NO inclusion of Disabled Actors-Stop the awards

Five years ago, Darren Dione Aquino, National Chief and disabled SAG Actor (prior to the merge) was chosen through a lottery, as the token disabled actor to attend the SAG awards. It was a magnificent experience, however,  it gave appearance that disabled actors are welcome and included fairly in the drawing. SAG and now SAG/AFTRA  has to …

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Jan 13

ALL VETERANS-THE ASSISTANCE OF A SERVICE DOG

To all our service men & women that require verification that you are in need of a service dog/companion, our national chief will be honored to absorb that cost of providing IDs and tags. Please do not note your disability online as this compromises your right to privacy and HIPAA. We have been getting so …

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Dec 29

Advocates for Disabled Police Mourns the loss of Officer Ramos & Officer Lu

  Advocats for Disabled’s National chief, DARREN DIONE AQUINO,attended Officer Ramos’ services this past Saturday to show our support. Our deepest condolences to the families. We will attend Officer Lu’s services as well. Darren  is asking all Americans across the country that demand justice for all crimes, and we do that by starting here, starting now. Police …

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