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Pain News Network Aug 11
The first have been filed against , and for discriminating against patients trying to fill prescriptions.
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Heidi Johnson-Wright Aug 6
My husband is not disabled. But is he a militant disability activist? Oh, yeah...
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nAvee🇨🇦 14h
The onetime $600 federal disability benefit "... won’t be enough to mitigate the economic devastation the pandemic leaves behind."
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Wonder Cripple ♿️ Aug 10
Let’s be real, abled people call us things like “physically challenged“ and “differently abled” because THEY’RE uncomfortable with the idea of disability. It has nothing to do with making sure WE don’t get offended.
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WWDA 2h
A new online resource, DSP Help, has been launched to help navigate the complex process of accessing the Disability Support Pension (DSP): DSP Help is now also on the Money page of WWDA's at:
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Disability Rights TN Aug 10
Transition Tennessee’s new website shares activities and resources to help you prepare for life after high school! This sight is full of resources for students, teachers and families. Check it out!
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3down1across podcast Aug 10
We’ve had some great questions for on accessibility and Fire in some more for Eilean or any of the 3D1A team And feel free to share your stories on access - whether you couldn’t get in or you were chucked out: we’re looking at all the angles!
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Kelly 1h
Needed to make something pretty to wash off the negativity of yesterday.
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Joeita 26m
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Anna Przybyła Aug 12
I'm not sure I've ever shared my story here before, so I suppose it's time. Greetings, my name is Anna and I am disabled. I've always had chronic pain/chronic illness, but was often dismissed by doctors marketing it as "growing pains" or anxiety 1/
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Rick Miller Aug 12
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Joeita 1h
So i was asked about the phrase differently abled to describe ppl w disabilities. What says the twitterverse?
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Kelly Aug 11
Having the extra $ from has actually allowed me to sell some of my paintings. While I was only on , I couldn't afford TP let alone shipping charges! I sold 4 paintings because CERB allowed me to get out of .
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myblocktyler Aug 12
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ODSP ActionCoalition Aug 6
"COVID-19 presents a case study in the pitfalls of Canada's motley patchwork of disability income programs, and a model for how a unified nation-wide support system like CERB could fill these holes in the social safety net"
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Geoff Trappett Aug 10
Low expectations are a bitch! Asked/told yesterday 'you can push yourself right?' then the follow up 'I know you must push yourself because you are dressed too well to be one of those people who are looked after'! So much ableism and low expectations.
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Jessica Chaikof Aug 12
This Sunday! Join me & , candidate for , for a Town Hall on Persons with Disabilities. We'll be discussing equitable home, health, community, and education services, and more. Register here:
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RDI- Rainbow Diversity Institute 58m
We must be cognizant of how people with disabilities go ignored when we talk about allocating hospital resources, reopening schools and businesses and healthcare reform as a whole
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Pekka Reinio 🍊 11h
Glad to be able to team up with local activist Leanne T to discuss the enduring effects of on children. We must address w/o delay by increasing to match at $2000.
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myblocktyler Aug 6
This could be the single most offensive thing I've heard from an elected official. Shame on you. Doug Ford tells Disabled People on to Get a Job
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