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  1. Melissa Simmons says:

    I absolutely love this blog site and what you are doing! God bless!!

  2. Great entries TJ, I enjoyed the read. Keep up the squeak.

  3. Thomas says:

    Thank you Cindi. Please keep following my blog and tell everyone you can about it.

    I looked at your blog and it is great too.

  4. Susan Maunz says:


    I am doing a project through my Universal Access class for all. I came across the following grant Collier County Libraries has just been offered at thought in some way you may be able to make this accessible for your citizens. Please read below:

    October 30th, 2012
    Collier County Public Library has been awarded $27,000 in grant money to teach computer skills to job-seeking individuals who have little or no experience with electronic resources. This project is funded under the provisions of the Library Services and Technology Act of the federal Institute of Museum and Library Services, and is administered by the Florida Department of State’s Division of Library and Information Services.
    Collier County Library is using the grant to fund Collier Connects, a series of 49 hands-on computer skills training classes, at the East Naples, Estates, and Immokalee branch libraries. The classes include PC Basics, Internet Basics, Email Basics, Word Basics and Excel Basics. The classes are geared towards beginner-level computer users.
    This grant will also fund workshops on career assessment, resume writing, and interview skills. Workshops will rotate every other month between the three locations. Weekly two-hour eGovernment assistance labs are also being held at the three libraries.
    The program runs from November 2012 through September 2013.
    As part of the grant project, the library is collaborating with Southwest Florida Works and the Department of Children and Families.
    Brochures with Information about the Collier Connects program, including the computer courses, career workshops, and the eGovernment assistance lab schedule, is available at any Collier County Library location, or view the brochure PDF.
    For more information, call 239-252-4534.

    Susan Maunz
    Project ALFA Fellow
    Wayne State University

  5. julia Morton says:

    I was abused by family and now u are cutting the services that i need the most Supported Living Please help me and regain my services back i can’t go back to be abused again

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  7. LEAH MWAI says:

    This is a good blog.This is what I need in my journey of coping with physical disabilities.

  8. Kelia says:

    Your blog and Twitter posts are awesome. I’m happy to read what you write. It gives me a lot to think about.

    • Thomas says:

      Thank you for the comment, glad to help. More great blogs to come. Tell everyone you can about the Squeaky Wheelchair blog.

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