Mans Sets Out To Mow Lawns In 50 States For People In NeedThe founder of Raising Men Lawn Care Service started mowing lawns for those in need three years ago after seeing a neighbor in Alabama struggling to cut his grass.
Disabled Woman Claims Delta Airlines Tied Her To A WheelchairA woman with multiple sclerosis says Delta employees tied her to a wheelchair after the airline failed to provide the flyer with the appropriate handicapped services
Pasadena Multipurpose Recreation Center 6-4-17George, Mo and Cowboy Dave from the Morning Bull on 100.3 The Bull sit down with Lauren Mitchell from the Pasadena Multipurpose Recreation Center, which offers recreation programs to individuals with disabilities.
SuperFest 1-29-17Paul Gallant from Gallant at Night on Sports Radio 610 catches up with Alejandra Lima and Sue Swenson to talk about SuperFest & The Matthew Foundation.
ReelAbilities: Houston Film and Arts Festival 1-15-17John Lopez talks with Vikki Evans, ReelAbilities 2017 chair, and Larry Samelson. In an effort to educate and change perceptions about people living with disabilities, Houston hosts the 5th annual ReelAbilities: Houston Film and Arts Festival from February 16th - March 6th.
Easter Seals of Greater Houston 12-18-16Paul Gallant - Host of Gallant at Night, weeknights on SportsRadio 610 – talks with Kelly Klein, the Development Director for the Easter Seals of Greater Houston.
Down Syndrome Association of Houston 11-20-16Paul Gallant - host of "Gallant at Night" weeknights on SportsRadio 610 – talks with Alejandra Lima, the executive director of the Down Syndrome Association of Houston. Visit for more information.
STARskaters 7-10-16Mike Meltser and Seth Payne from MAD Radio on SportsRadio 610 talk with STARskaters founder Jim O’Neill, gold medalist Andy Yohe, and veteran Andy Toppin. They discuss how the organization started and get into their Sled Hockey Weekend coming up on the weekend of August 5-7. Visit for more information.
School Bans Child Suffering From Cerebral Palsy From Using WalkerWhen Texas mother Kristi Roberts tried to campaign for her daughter, LaKay's, right to use her walker, the school board turned down the request. Not satisfied with that answer, Roberts met with one school official, and recorded their interaction as he continued to deny LaKay the right to use the walker, insisting instead that she use a wheelchair.
Houston Leads The Way In Emergency Planning For The DisabledRCPI and the UASI hosted a planning seminar with the focus of incorporating the unique requirements of individuals with functional and access needs in all areas of emergency planning.
Making Room for Mom In Houston: How To Survive Parents Moving InWhat you should consider to make it an easy transition.

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