Disability Awareness

multiple sclerosis and quarantine

Quarantine, Shmorentine

The bottom line is take care of yourself and your health, both mental and physical… Read More

Polling place accessibility

Exercise Your Right to Vote

Ensure that your polling place will be accessible on that crucial day. And then go… Read More

ADA and MS

Summer Retrospective… Yes, I Went There, I’m Looking Back

I’m so thankful for the ADA and for everyone who fought to make it a… Read More

Drive-By Criticism: Handicapped Parking & Relapsing-Remitting MS

I use the placard selectively – defensively, really – because, to the outside world, I… Read More

“Drawing” in the Rain

It is so easy for people with disabilities to feel inferior and undeserving, despite what… Read More

The Long Walk to the Coffee Shop

As with most workplace accommodations, a little thought and sensitivity could have changed everything–they could… Read More

Wheelchair Barbie

Barbie can at least provide a little more comfort to children with disabilities who want… Read More

Sometimes “Political Correctness” Just Means Seeing People for Who They Are

For me and most of the people with disabilities that I know, we would like to be thought of… Read More

There are Two Sides to the Disabled Permit Coin

Use your permit if you need it. If someone says something to you see it… Read More

Myths and Realities of the ADA

In my years investigating discrimination cases for the State of Oregon, I encountered a lot… Read More

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