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Best (and Worst) Pet Halloween Costumes

We scoured the net to bring you some of the best (and worst) Halloween costumes for pets. We've provided links back to each page so you can view the costumes in more detail if you like. Some are ingenious, others... well... Maybe we'll give you some ideas for decorating your pet this Halloween.

1. Someone really thought this headless "horseman" through! We'll go with ingenious for this pet costume.  
http://www.zippypaws.com/blog/?p=135

 

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christmasRequest Christmas Gifts Now

Many people with disabilities find Christmas gift-buying to be an extremely stressful time due to stretched to paper-thin budgets. Most areas of the country have organizations that can help to provide gifts so there will be something under the tree for every child. Most organizations like to be able to plan, therefore they ask that request for toys and gifts be made early. Despite it being in October, now is the time to get on the recipient list.

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turmericTurmeric as a Pain Killer

People have used organic medicines for thousands of years.  Much of our current pharmaceuticals are simply compounds or derivatives of plants. Many people consider medicine purchased in pharmacies to be safer due to rigorous testing and rigid production controls that insure the proper dose is in each pill. However there are other people who believe that God’s natural cures are better for the human body. To be honest, there are probably good arguments on both sides.

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2014-NDEAMNational Disability Employment Awareness Month

“Expect. Employ. Empower.”

Congress initially declared the first week in October “National Employ the Physically Handicapped Week” in 1945. In 1988 the week was changed to a full month of recognition and the name changed to “National Disability Employment Awareness Month” (NDEAM). Despite the changes, the focus remains the same- to raise awareness of this group of people consisting of thousands of unemployed or underemployed individuals many of whom could make significant contributions to society if employers would be willing to adapt to meet specific needs.

Many employers are unsure how to accommodate people with disabilities, therefore they just maintain status quo. WhatCanYouDoCampaign.org has a lot of information for employers ranging on what to expect to how to make changes and educate the workforce. Visit this website at http://www.whatcanyoudocampaign.org/blog/index.php/employer-resources.

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ssa-checkCan a Debt Collector Take My Social Security Check?

In this day and age debt is easy to accumulate, even if we try everything possible to prevent it. Debt is very real to those who have applied for Social Security disability and are unable to work and are expected to live with little or no income for months or years while the Administration makes a decision on their benefits application.  During this time many people end up using their credit cards to buy food, medicine and pay bills. Medical debt can increase significantly. The combination can result in large amounts of debt with debt collection agencies eagerly chomping at the bit to get hold of your money when it starts to come in.

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