Should disabled bloggers continue to write about disability?

  An abled person will never understand what it is like to live with a disability! The best person to educate you on some of the issues that we face is a person with a disability. Sometimes an abled person may not like our disability-related posts so they will send us an email asking us …

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My dad: The most incredible man I know

Happy Father's Day! On my Mother's Day post I highlighted some of the responsibilities that my mom has a parent but she didn't do it alone my dad helped! My dad may not drive me around places like my mom does but he does many other things that I couldn't do for myself. Although both …

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Disabled people with depression

This blog exists because I was becoming depressed about my current situation! The inability to find a job and having to end long-lasting friendships can sometimes cause depression. Some disabled people may be going through the same thing so I created a Facebook group that will provide daily motivation and give you the ability to …

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How disability friendly is your home?

  Accessibility does not end at ramps and if you don't know someone with a physical disability you may be thinking "my home is pretty accessible." Your home may be less accessible than you realize because unless you live with someone who is physically disabled you may not fully understand some of the accommodations they …

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Guest blog: Parenting A Child With Disabilities What Adam Has Taught Me

About the Author: Judy Mallette is the mother of three children.  She learned very early on that children, abled or disabled, teach us more than we can ever teach them. The lessons started, and will never really end, on November 16, 1981. Her son, Adam, was a child with severe developmental disabilities compounded by epilepsy, congenital …

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