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Rainbow Mosho
Yadira V. Calderon
By Yadira V. Calderon April 07, 2021

Girl with autism creates children books to confirm kids learn from kids

Rainbow Mosho writes books that create a world where children feel safe and unique. Rainbow has published two books in less than 6 months. A third book will be published in June. How can a 12-year-old artist and author in the autism spectrum be capable of illustrating every book and co-writing them with mom Yadira...

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Darryl E. Owens
By Darryl E. Owens March 17, 2021

Beacon College creates television show focused on learning disabilities

There is a world of difference between what typical students need to thrive and the support students with...

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By Jenny Wise March 11, 2021

Moving to a new home? Keep these points in mind if you have a child with disability

Planning to move to a new home in 2021? If so, you’ve likely started thinking about all of the major steps involved...

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Thecla
By Thecla January 07, 2021

Stop therapy baby doll shaming

My name is Thecla. I am a survivor of childhood abuse and bullying all through school. I was bounced around from...

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Meara
By Meara Bartlett January 03, 2021

Disability Wedding Planning Book the First of Its Kind

Everyone deserves the joy of a wedding– but disabled couples have long been denied respect. Wedding Planning...

Hand of man holding bowl with sweet coconut food. Busy street full of restaurants, bars and shops - Siem Reap, Cambodia Hand of man holding bowl with sweet coconut food. Busy street full of restaurants, bars and shops - Siem Reap, Cambodia
Eliza Brooks
By Eliza Brooks November 25, 2020

8 Food safety tips when traveling abroad

Nausea, vomiting, fever, stomach pain, loose stools – these are the worst things you can experience when...

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Khyati Mehta
By Khyati Mehta November 16, 2020

Marriage equality is still not a reality for disabled people in India

Marriage of Disabled Man or Woman is a most challenging topic, probably more challenging their own physical...

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By Sienna Fisher November 09, 2020

How can Virtual Reality technology help persons with disabilities? 

"Life is difficult. This is a great truth, one of the greatest truths." This is the opening line of the book "The less travelled road" from Scott Peck. When I first read this back in my senior year in high school, I felt a great relief in my heart. Sometimes we forget that everyone out is having their own battle. It was essential...

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By Suzanne Dang November 03, 2020

My experience navigating through the mental health hospital system

I clearly remember my very first psychiatric hospital admission. I was put on ITO (Involuntary Treatment Order) at the Princess Alexandra Hospital in Brisbane. I was bizarre; I was suicidal and spent at least a day and more in the Emergency mental health ward. My belongings were locked away; I didn’t have much with me at all....