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Meet The Woman Trying To Get Disabled Mannequins Into The Windows Of Britain’s Biggest Shops

Sophie Morgan, a British model, artist and TV presenter, is on a mission to change the way the world perceives disability

Aug 31, 2017
No One Talks About The Loneliness Of Having A Child With Disabilities

When Eliza Factor’s first child was born with Autism and Celery Palsy, she felt shame, despair, and loneliness as she confronted the challenges of r

Aug 30, 2017
When disaster strikes – are you ready?

A person with a disability should be ready for any urgent situation.

Aug 29, 2017
How This 27-Year-Old Filmmaker Is Helping People With Disabilities Own Their Narratives

Reid Davenport was born with cerebral palsy and has dedicated his life to giving people living with disabilities a voice in today’s narrative.

Aug 28, 2017
Tips for Mentioning Disability on Dating Apps

Alex Ghenis, who lives with quadriplegia, is California-based  journalist who writes on disability issues related to environmental justice, economic

Aug 25, 2017
10 Things I’m Sick of Hearing as a Person With a Disability

Athena Stevens shares her top-10 list of the most outrageous things she commonly hears as a wheelchair user.

Aug 24, 2017
Skydiving adventure after spinal cord injury

Twenty four people with spinal cord injuries left wheelchairs firmly on the ground as they floated above it Saturday. Determined2Heal Foundation spons

Aug 23, 2017
Saying Goodbye to the Baclofen Pump

Alex Ghenis, who lives with quadriplegia, shares his experience dealing with spasms after spinal cord injury.

Aug 22, 2017
QUIET ACTIVISM by Ben Mattlin

Earlier this summer, social media (and a smattering of conventional media, too) were filled with images of disability-rights activists’ protests

Aug 21, 2017
Fashion for all abilities

Shopping for and choosing clothes is challenging enough, but for people with some forms of disability it’s even harder.

Aug 18, 2017
Motocross after spinal cord injury

Danny Baird recently set a new record. He is the first person with quadriplegia to motocross, just four years after a dirt bike accident.

Aug 17, 2017
‘Airlines keep breaking my wheelchair’

Air travel is stressful enough – long lines, security checks, surprise luggage fees and shrinking seats – but for one group of travels, flying can

Aug 16, 2017
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