Parent's Magazine: I’m an Adult With a Disability: Here’s Why I’m Optimistic About Kids With Disabilities Today

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I’m an Adult With a Disability: Here’s Why I’m Optimistic About Kids With Disabilities Today
Parents Magazine - August 20, 2019

This turned out to be a bit more optimistic than I usually am about disability matters, at least on a day to day, short-term basis. But there is little point directing pessimism towards disabled kids’ families. And I really AM optimistic about the long-term future of disabled people. Disability culture and our place in society is generally moving in the right direction.

Rooted In Rights: Here’s Some Free Advice for Presidential Candidates on How to Talk About Disability

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Here’s Some Free Advice for Presidential Candidates on How to Talk About Disability
Rooted in Rights - June 25, 2019

An effort to put together the disability community’s varied and sometimes contradictory feelings about disability rhetoric, and offer candidates some practical advice on how to talk about disability right.