Disability Podcasts You Should Listen To

Today is national podcast day. I would like to share some disability focused podcasts that you should listen to. Down to the Struts Down to the Struts focuses on disability and design and how to make this world more accessible for people with disabilities. https://open.spotify.com/episode/65Jq8zE2s67MLvKyaOWLT2?si=_L_rTv1PRPml0Gb7E2UIPQ&utm_source=copy-link&dl_branch=1 Rare With Flair The Rare With Flair podcast aims to … Continue reading Disability Podcasts You Should Listen To

Pushing on, Stretching out Practicing Discipline and Being Thankful (A Chronic Voice May 2021 Linkup)

This month I am taking part in the May Linkup for people with chronic illnesses and disabilities. This linkup is hosted by Sheryl, founder of the blog A Chronic Voice. She provides 5 writing prompts to use to share updates on life in general but also may include the aspect of disability. When you have … Continue reading Pushing on, Stretching out Practicing Discipline and Being Thankful (A Chronic Voice May 2021 Linkup)

Life Lessons from “Claire | The Documentary”

In honor of Women’s history month I want to highlight the life of a young woman that has made me reflect on the value of life, her name is Claire Wineland. She was born with Cystic Fibrosis and sadly her life ended at age 21 but she left us all with important life lessons when … Continue reading Life Lessons from “Claire | The Documentary”

A New Era of Authentic Representation of People with Disabilities in the media

Photo by geralt on Pixabay Society’s definition of beauty has become more shallow as the years have gone by. The media and magazines have defined beauty. The standard is to be tall and thin with a perfect face. This standard of beauty has only further excluded those that are different including people with disabilities.  There … Continue reading A New Era of Authentic Representation of People with Disabilities in the media

A Blind Journalist shares 5 Tips to Keep in Mind when Working with a Blind Employee

A few accommodations can go a long way when you are seeking to include a blind or visually impaired person in the workplace. Photo Source: Free-Photos via Pixabay Lucy Edwards is a UK based broadcaster, Youtuber that also happens to be blind. She made a video discussing the accommodations that help her do her job … Continue reading A Blind Journalist shares 5 Tips to Keep in Mind when Working with a Blind Employee