Talk:Cub Scout Disabilities Awareness

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Pin requirements incorrect

Possible typo: According to the 2010 edition (2nd printing) of the Academics and Sports Program Guide, (I have the hard copy in front of me and have confirmed with BSA that it is the most recent release as of 1st quarter 2011), the Disabilities Awareness pin requirements are 5 of 11, not 6 of 7. (8-11 are on the opposite page. Also two bullet points for requirement 7 are missing, as they are on the opposite page also.)

Name Change

I recently took over the position of Pack Advancement Chair. In our inventory, we have "Ability Awareness" Loops. Did they change the name? Dawginroswell 12:14, May 23, 2011 (EDT)

I'm not sure about when the award was first created, but I can say with a mild degree of confidence that the current name for it is the "Disability Awareness" belt loop and pin. See:
Ajames15 (SysOp) 12:34, May 23, 2011 (EDT)
The references throughout meritbadge.org to Cub Scout Disability Awareness needs to be corrected to use "Disabilities" instead of "Disability" as it is technically called "Disabilities Awareness". How do we make a wholesale change throughout? nicouds 23:05, September 18, 2012 (EDT)

Worksheet

Image:Arr r.png NOTE: This topic was moved from Help talk:Contents to Talk:Cub Scout Disabilities Awareness. RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 13:38, January 19, 2012 (EST)

The Cub Scout Disability Awareness Worksheets are not working... —Preceding unsigned comment added by Scouter9933 (talkcontribs) January 19,2012. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)

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I'll see if I can find a current worksheet and upload it... once that's done, you will notice the link is no longer red. —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 13:38, January 19, 2012 (EST)
The Cub Scout Disability [sic] Awareness link at the top of the page and down under Requirement resources to http://meritbadge.org/wiki/images/9/93/Cub_Scout_Disability_Awareness.pdf is actually a worksheet for Cub Scout Basketball.—nicouds 23:12, September 18, 2012 (EDT)
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