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This is a controversial topic with many definitions and many kinds of treatment and options offered around the world. The intention here is to provide a place to start to search for answers/solutions by those who seek them and to say that we care.
What do these words mean? Addiction, Substance Abuse, Co-Dependency, Withdrawal, Treatment, Recovery, Relapse, and Prevention?

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Disability, Disabled, 
Disability in the arts
 is an aspect within various arts disciplines of inclusive practices involving disability, and manifests itself in the output and mission of some stage and modern dance performing-arts companies, as well as the subject matter of individual works of art, such as the work of specific painters and those who draw.

Disability in the arts is distinguished from disability art in that it refers to art that includes disabled people, whether in themes, performance, or the creation of the artwork, rather than works focusing on disability as the central theme. It[specify] can also refer to work that is made as a political act toward shaping a new community, fostering disability culture:

Disability culture is the difference between being alone, isolated, and individuated with a physical, cognitive, emotional or sensory difference that in our society invites discrimination and reinforces that isolation – the difference between all that and being in community. Naming oneself part of a larger group, a social movement or a subject position in modernity can help to focus energy, and to understand that solidarity can be found – precariously, in improvisation, always on the verge of collapse.

— Petra Kuppers[1]

People with disabilities sometimes participate in artistic activities as part of expressive therapy (also known as "expressive arts therapy" or "creative arts therapy"). Expressive therapy may take the form of writing therapymusic therapydrama therapy, or another artistic method. While creativity and artistic expression are important parts of expressive therapy, they are secondary to the goal of achieving a therapeutic benefit. This article describes disability in the arts where artistic achievement is the primary goal.
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    Joint Forces Dance Company’s mission is to encourage the evolution of contemporary dance and provide ways for people to connect through dance. This mission is accomplished through the work of DanceAbility International, contact improvisation workshops and events, and performances. 
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What is it? Am I gifted? Ways to find out.
  • Through the years, "giftedness" has come to be recognized as a term that is not limited in application to the few or to children alone.
  • Giftedness has grown in being understood as an aspect of human beings from childhood, in adulthood and throughout life.

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Testing for Credit allows students to earn college credits by taking an exam without taking the actual course!  
Getting college/university credit for life experience is another way to get credits without taking specific courses.
Taking tests or applying for credit for life experiences allows students to skip the course. The credit goes on your transcript
without a crade. Your GPA (grade point average) will be based on the classes in which you actually enroll. 

Testing for Credit and Credit for Experience can help you save thousands of dollars and years of time. This is especially helpful
to those whose education has been interrupted for some reason. These strategies let you complete work more quickly, graduate
sooner and use time effectively at graduate or professional school levels.
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