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Richard Kramer Jun 21
Good job by the makers of with positive portrayal of a girl with a cochlear implant. Thinking outside the toy story box.
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Diary of a Disabled Person. Jun 16
Whenever I discuss older kids staring, I get told I should explain my to them. A. I don't have to justify my existence. A isn't rare in 2019. B. I wish I had the time, but when I work, write, & AM SICK, I really don't. C. I knew not to stare by school-age.
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sam carlisle Jun 17
“Is a dwarf an abortion that made it?” I challenge Jimmy Carr to come to my home and say that to my daughter’s face.
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Daneal 🇺🇬 Batuwa 🌴 🌊 🌎 🏏 6h
This is an achievement in line with Slowly by slowly, society will come ro accept them. 🙏🏿 🙏🏿
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Marsha Wittink, MD, MBE Jun 19
At first read this as “I’d be happier with only one day/week of work”🤣 but the idea here is that having something to do is good for (mental) health, and just one day/week has sig impact. inherent challenges of medical
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Meghan Hussey Jun 22
is key to -inclusive global development. We need to build the social and physical infrastructure to make this right a reality.
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EastersealsLouisiana Jun 23
Given the buzz about Ali's Tony Award win, this goes into what it is like behind the theater stage for a person with a .
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Lea Labaki Jun 17
100,000 people with a physical in Spain are trapped at home. Why? Because of lack of accessibility of their own buildings. By
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Dave Bexfield 4h
What do you get when you combine a mountain bike, handcycle, and an electric motor—and then ride it in the shadow of the Grand Tetons? FUN OUT THE WAZOO!
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Zoe Redhead Jun 21
The posts people make on my area's Facebook page are often fucking stupid but this is the ultimate. Talking about cars parked on road instead of allocated rear parking / car port. Mention we have a in our house & get told we should get small car to fit carport. RAGING
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Snuggybear 15h
I say is becoming the with how poor the government of the state is, more people getting denied for , seeing cripple people doing anything for money and fame and seeing drug addicts all over but New York didn't legalize marijuana. It's pathetic!
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Heartinlocket Jun 23
I am more than what you see
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GeenaDavisInstitute 1h
“19% of Americans identify as having a but less than 1% are being represented in advertising.” -Kate Daggett, Head of Creative North America
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Kimiko Does Cancer 1h
Another great layout from - this one with a reflection (and no answers) on what it means to identify as having a .
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Voice of Disability 7h
More Canadians need leave and fewer have coverage
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NORTH FLORIDA CARE SERVICES 12h
Always Value Respect Everyone desires to be respected, including those who have a mental disability. Treat everyone the way you want to be treated.
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DSC Victoria 51m
Fran, Will & Peta talking about the value their lived experience of added to the research undertaken into safe & respectful cultures in disability services.
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DSC Victoria 2h
Sally Robinson speaking at the launch of our Building Safe & Respectful Cultures in services. Respect for all is a critical starting point.
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Helen Sims 15h
Don't assume , or sudden unemployment will never effect you. No one is immune! No one asks for this and the last thing we need is to be labelled 'scroungers' and disregarded. We're human beings.
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SONorfolk Jun 23
Fabulous day at Learning Disability Open Court Festival 🎾. New SON/LTA weekly sessions coming soon. Watch 👀this space
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