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After the Paralympics: Has anything changed for disabled people?

Did the London Paralympics change anything?

David Weir of Great Britain wins gold in the men's 800m - T54 Final  David Weir of Great Britain wins gold in the men's 800m - T54 Final on Day 8 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium.

David Weir of Great Britain wins gold in the men's 800m - T54 Final David Weir of Great Britain wins gold in the men's 800m - T54 Final on Day 8 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at the Olympic Stadium.

Ruyi Ye (left) of China on his way to winning gold against Yijun Chen of China during the Men's Individual Foil Category A final of the Wheelchair Fencing on day 6 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at ExCel on Sept. 4. (Michael Steele/Getty Images) #

Paralympics 2012

Ruyi Ye (left) of China on his way to winning gold against Yijun Chen of China during the Men's Individual Foil Category A final of the Wheelchair Fencing on day 6 of the London 2012 Paralympic Games at ExCel on Sept. 4. (Michael Steele/Getty Images) #

Whenever you feel weighed down by obstacles, look at these people. Then pick yourself up again, stand up tall, and know that anything is possible. | Paralympics 2012: Extraordinary images of perseverance, will-power, possibility and achievement!

Paralympics 2012

Whenever you feel weighed down by obstacles, look at these people. Then pick yourself up again, stand up tall, and know that anything is possible. | Paralympics 2012: Extraordinary images of perseverance, will-power, possibility and achievement!

#disabilityfraud #disability Her price may have been right, but her timing was terrible.  Postal carrier claiming disability was busted after investigators caught her doing some heavy wheel spinning on the “Price is Right.” Cathy Wrench Cashwell has been collecting workers compensation checks since 2004

‘The Price is Right’ contestant busted for disability fraud after spinning the ‘Big Wheel’ on TV

#disabilityfraud #disability Her price may have been right, but her timing was terrible. Postal carrier claiming disability was busted after investigators caught her doing some heavy wheel spinning on the “Price is Right.” Cathy Wrench Cashwell has been collecting workers compensation checks since 2004

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