Moses Waruingi (Tigithi)

The Burn

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
A balance between photochemical production and recombination is the total amount of ozone .can you think about life here on earth without ozone layer .can we survive? -Mary Wambui This made me think of life without water Air and most essential things we do not appreciate.Ozone being our only protection from the direct sun rays ....Do you think there are ways we can survive without it???? Do you think we can try preventing the depletion??? Nice research you got ...waiting for more of your ...Read More...
Last Reply By Heeva Chavoshi (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Hello all. been off so long but was busy doing more research on my project. I came by a certain story where one truth Anne Wafula a Kenyan knows too well "Disability is not Inability".Her story how she does her stuff on the track racing on a wheelchair which has become currently an inspiration to many and an indelible proff that if you focus on whats missing, you will never appreciate what you have. Having fought the stigma that comes with disability to build a career in sports, her services...Read More...
Last Reply By Rosemary Makena (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post
Hello everyone have not been online for a long time but was doing something on some research on disability and before I set my mind straight I thought would maybe research on some of the successful disable persons and later maybe start it ass a project till thought otherwise. History has witnessed some of the most outstanding achievements by men and women in due course of time. However, the achievement is even more appreciated if has been addressed with an apparent physical disability. It...Read More...
Last Reply By Jackline Nyaga (Sweetwaters) · First Unread Post

Broaden your thinking

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
Hello all On my first broaden your thinking I will focus on TAYRYN TREFANENKO"S project; Is there a formula to creating a meaningful relationship and JIM Y LIU'S project; Sexual exploitation. I have been following up this two projects and it came to my attention after Tayryn posted on love at first sight which I found REALLY interesting, I compared it with sexual exploitation and surprisingly when i did some research i found that what people claim to be love at first sight is a major cause...Read More...
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The burn

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
"The reason we are now deciding to focus more on the effects of nature rather than the effects of art, is because with the rise of technology has come a drastic decline in the number of hours children spend outdoors. This issue has been identified as "Nature Deficit Disorder", this refers to the phrase coined by Richard Louv in his book Last Child in the Woods. Louv explains how by spending less time outdoors research has shown a growth in a wide range of behavioural problems in...Read More...
According to the Canadian law encyclopedia ," By the 21st century, the Canadian disability rights movement saw a significant revival in public interest and political commitment. Canada ratified the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (CRPD) on 11 March 2010. The CRPD commits Canada to a series of measures and principles to improve the social and economic condition of people with disabilities while taking steps to improve their legal and political rights. In 2014, Canada...Read More...
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Disability in Canada

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
This weekend was National Disability day that is 3rd December. Not many people really know about this and it is never taken seriously in more than half of the world. I was looking around on that day and actually no one really looked concerned not your fault but whose fault is it? not mine? not the government ? In Canada, hundreds of thousands of individuals are limited in their daily activities because of a physical or mental disability, but participate actively in the labour market and...Read More...
Last Reply By Taryn Trefanenko (Charles Best-Alumni) · First Unread Post
I was going through Canadian disability treatment in universities and guess what i found. In December 2006, three faculty members in the School of Disability Studies at Ryerson University launched a seminar focusing on Canadian Disability History. Restless with conventional pedagogies of "teaching by telling", they issued an open call, inviting participants to arrive not with their heads full of ideas (something I think I should try out and see peoples views) but instead with an everyday...Read More...
Last Reply By Aiesha Trivino (Johnston Heights) · First Unread Post
Hello all. I am doing this post to share something from one of the comments by Ben Laird i will quote the part for you guys. ". I have a bit of a challenge for you. If you don't want to do it no problem. Is there any way that you can remind them of their obligation in a strong enough way that will make a change that will positively affect the situation here in Canada? I know it seems impossible for a single person to make that big of a change but the whole idea of "Butterfly effect" is that...Read More...
Last Reply By Audrey Heath (Charles Best - Alumni) · First Unread Post
I happened to read a peoples daily magazine from a certain store i went to and got this information. After that i went on internet and got more information it may not be part of what am currently doing but it is worth sharing. Late last year, a gang of U.S. senators hijacked the ratification of the UN Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Canada ratified it in March, 2010. Yet in the United States, people with disabilities enjoy broad social acceptance, integration and...Read More...
Last Reply By Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi) · First Unread Post

Disability in canada

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
In this post am sharing the history of disabled canadians. Disabled Canadians were seen as burdens so they weren’t given the same rights as non-disables until around the end of the 1970s. The establishment of the Coalition of Provincial Organizations for the Handicapped initiated these changes. Those who were mistreated include veterans of World War I, persons with mental health issues, and people who are handicapped. Currently-existing federal legislation which protects the rights of...Read More...
Last Reply By Anika Schreiber (Charles Best-Alumni) · First Unread Post

The burn

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
On this burn i will look on jouline's post about Crystal Pite On creativity. “I don’t really trust in inspiration. I don’t really trust that I will ever have it. I don’t rely on it. I rely on working…I craft things…If I think of myself as a craft person rather than an artist then I can force myself on craft… I can busy myself with a task and if inspiration come along it’s great. If not, it’s okay. I don’t really need it. I can just keep making stuff and eventually it comes in and have a form...Read More...

DISABILITY

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
INQUIRY QUESTION:HOW DO THE DISABLE FEEL AMONG THE ABLE AND WHAT ARE THE WAYS I CAN MAKE IT MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR THEM? Before i go back to the ramp project in Canada i found the following ways more valiable than they looked and indecided to share first before i start on the ramp project in Canada. What i really know as a normal human, Disabled or able-bodied, we all have the power and responsibility to make society more inclusive for everyone. From lived experiences to listening to the...Read More...
Last Reply By Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi) · First Unread Post
INQUIRY QUESTION:How do the disable feel among the able and what are the ways I can make it more accesible for them? Teaching tolerance can come in many different forms. That is one way of making teaching tolerance applicable in more institutions and schools, You can create specific curriculums and events around disability awareness months, (such as Down Syndrome month in October)(mental disability not in physical disability) Invite speakers in to classrooms to highlight individuals with...Read More...
Last Reply By Anika Schreiber (Charles Best-Alumni) · First Unread Post
Hello all. kind of i want to briefly bring this understanding thing of my whole disability thing. people with disabilities can do some things that nondisabled people cannot do, bringing their experience and focus to key aspects of a task. Individuals with disabilities are able to bring work ethic skills to complete an assignment or project, allowing them to make a contribution to society. For some people, having a disability helps them learn to advocate for themselves. Some might say that...Read More...
Last Reply By Stephen Kinyua (Thome) · First Unread Post
Hello all. Just thought i should tell you about what tolerance is and it's importance kind of thought it would be the best since i just started on this tolerance thingy just like that. INQUIRY QUESTION:HOW DO THE DISABLE FEEL AMONG THE ABLE AND HOW CAN I MAKE IT MORE ACCESIBLE TO THEM? So i will start with What is tolerance? Tolerance, to put it simply means adopting an open mind in your interactions with others who, because of our innate and acquired individual differences, are unlike you.Read More...
Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
Howdy people.Am trying to summarize some of this things here and so am not basically focusing on work tolerance for now. Inquiry question:HOW DO THE DISABLE FELL AMONG THE ABLE AND WHAT ARE THE WAYS TO MAKE IT MORE ACCESSIBLE FOR THEM? On my previous post i did on mobility and from the sites given by you guys i got more on work tolerance. This didsabled persons as i came to learn really need to be tolerated in works and in teaching side mostly. So what we need most is equal employment...Read More...
Last Reply By Adithya Baskar (Johnston Heights Alumni) · First Unread Post

Disability

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
Hello all sorry for delay in posting but was looking for something great. INQUIRY QUESTION:how do the disable feel among the able and ways in which to make it mor accessible for them. I came across this NCPWD group that catered for the disable it was a very huge organizations and had motto and visions that could encourage any disable guy they were. Motto:Barrier free society for people with disability Vision:to promote and protect equalizations of opportunity and realization of human Rights...Read More...
Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post

disability upgrade

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
Inquiry question:how do the disabled feel among the able and ways I can use to make it easily accessible for them? I discovered I still have a long way to go and I got this message from a DN2 easy mobility magazine I will show you what i got. 1.Doors and hallways. Inside the house clear paths of movement are integral to providing a liviable space. This is because a person using a wheelchair needs wide hallways while those using canes and walkers need paths that are clear of any obstructions...Read More...
Last Reply By Lauren Jang (Charles Best) · First Unread Post
On this weeks post I will continue on the disability thing,I have first set aside the ramp project which I will continue maybe some other time or start it is anew project.I will be heading for metamorphosis soon as I have plans for another project soon. This week I researched on the disability as a whole and decided I will start a project not on physical but mental disability or any other form of disability. So on the benefits in Canada which was my research from internet on www.Canada...Read More...
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This week i happened to be so busy but still did lots of research on the ramp thing and also on disabled persons and what they would think of my project i have not gotten any so far since am in school but any chance I get I will share with you the results of my interview I will be posting a survey soon so as I get more information from you since I have known you of being full of ideas. The work I did this time was not so big but it has great weight i had said that I would post the process in...Read More...
So the big process i will be sharing in potions as I continue with my research. For the meantime i will share the first five steps on ramp making i will first share according to my own description or my way on ramps. 1.identify the best place and measure the required measurements considering the size one has and also the capital. 2.list down all the items you will use or require to use and analyze the cost and all expenses you will be in need of and also plan on the emergency costs. 3.buy...Read More...
Inquiry question:i wonder how the disabled persons feel among the abled and how to make it accessible for them? As I said last time I will focus on the permanent ramp for now since it lasts for long it's durable and looks stronger than a portable one this might require me to write a proposal to personnel concerned with the ramp and disability thing. I also did more research and got more ideas like building a cheaper wooden ramps also that the safety of a disabled person is on the ramp so it...Read More...
INQUIRY QUESTION:HOW DO THE DISABLED FEEL AMONG THE ABLE AND HOW TO MAKE IT EASY FOR THEM TO LIVE AND ACCEPT WHO THEY ARE? will be giving full details on this ramp thing in this project all plans for designing wheelchair ramps. meaning of wheelchair ramps It is an inclined plane installed in addition to or instead of stairs.ramps permit wheelchair users or other wheeled objects to more easily access a building.This ramps are required in new construction for public accommodations . this ramp...Read More...
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Last Reply By Gloria Serianae (Loise) · First Unread Post

Disability

Warutumo Moses (Alumni tigithi)
I decided before I start the project on making a ramp to first focus on my last posts and see my progress as I was going through the Post's I saw that since I started the project the has been lot's of progress. So on this ramp thing I have lookedon places I need to make the ramp and have come with a conclusion to try it on our classes and the office.then later I will focus on the library and other places. I also happened to come across this magazine that taught me more on what I should do to...Read More...
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