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Robert and Jeanne Peacock Eastport, ME.
"...So anyway, with our bandaged fingers, we would wait for the fish to come down a beltway and my sister and I were on the last table because we were new people to it, and the fish were quite slimy and itchy when they got to us and we never got off the minimum wage which was a dollar and a quarter back then, believe it or not, it was really low to think about, but no, it was … [Read more...]
Because of the ADA, instead of being forced to be a shut in, I can participate and get back into life again, which helps me to have self-esteem, self-hope and encouragement to get out there and doing things, instead of staying home and thinking well, somebody else is going to do this for me.” Read the full interview … [Read more...]
"Asperger's Syndrome is definitely a struggle at times. It's made me open to now knowing what’s going on out there, what things do affect me and what social changes and what employment changes, and why I struggled, why I continue to struggle. There’s a reason behind it." Read full transcript Listen to full interview August 7 2014 Westbrook, … [Read more...]
“Many people think of disabilities as being sorrowful, bad, and would never wish it on anyone they knew. But in my case, my disability gave me opportunity to see the world and be part of the world in ways that most of the time I have not been able to do." Read full interview transcript Listen to full interview … [Read more...]