There is a lot going on for World Down syndrome Day (3/21) – here are a few of my favorite things, along with some suggested places to donate to (if you feel inclined)
It’s not just for us deaf (but we are important enough for that to be the only reason, right?!)
Bio Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest Latest Posts MeriahMeriah Nichols is teacher and artist who lives in a yurt off the grid. She…
I’ve kept these reasons short.
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a love letter to my Grandma
Every group you could ever want. And then some!
Lovely music video
#ShePersisted: The Disability Edition – a Persistent Book List by Sandy Ho – a complete list of kick-ass books related to persisting.
When the going gets tough, the tough get into self-care
Where are the disabled in #ShePersisted ?
Movies to pop in and laugh along with your kids at
We are so fucked.
Moxie wanted the fishing game to work…
How to Meditate: Easy Ways for the Total Beginner
Simple things from this week on the Lost Coast
Micah gets into Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
7 years ago I found out that I was carrying a child that was given a “zero chance” of survival on account of her…
when service on the home front is what makes the most sense for a given person
Writer, historian, disability rights activist, professor, father and husband: Steve Brown is featured in Voices from the Disability Community
People with disabilities are all over the world, living awesome, mundane lives
Suggestions for the would-be activist when getting overwhelmed seems like the easiest thing to do
Want to know why there were no ASL interpreters at the Trump inauguration?!!
an action-guide for what you can do now to prevent Betsy DeVos from getting voted in
Eva Sweeney – a genderqueer disabled sex educator who digs cheesy fries!
The 10th edition of this stellar book has just been released and I am honored to be a part of it.
365 days with disability – hash tagged #365dayswithdisability – the Instagram based photo project that is by and for the disability community
Why bother with anything when it’s all going to die anyway?
Episode 12 of the abc show, Speechless h-e-r HERO knocked the ball out of the park with the disability narrative
Scary times, with the ACA Obamacare repeal going full force without a viable plan to replace it. If that happens, people will die. This is what we can do now
Carly Findlay, appearance activist, blogger, writer, speaker, disability rights champion (and fashionista who loves cooking!) is featured this week
An interview with Moxie!
The most common myths about disability are talked about here
You get what you tolerate: it’s my goal this year to be intolerant, to not tolerate what I truly don’t want
Meet Sarah Levis, disability advocate, blogger, writer, community worker
365 Days with Disability: An Instagram-based Project By And For the Disability Community, sharing the disability experience one photo, one day at a time
“Wheelchair bound” is a commonly used phrase, but what does “wheelchair bound” mean exactly – because wheels are devices used to move, not bind
Micah reviews Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, with a little mojo from Moxie. Ha!
Frank Verpaelst is featured in Voices from the Disability Community: the series that features interesting people from across the disability spectrum
The tooth fairy came on by!
Bad Lipreading: a hilarious spoof of lipreading Yoda in Star Wars
free stuff – resources, equipment, discounts, leads, scholarships and more, for adults with disabilities and/or special needs
A little fun photo essay for you, featuring the Dynamic Duo, Mack and Moxie – just sit back and smile.
The series that features interesting people from all walks of life and all branches of the disability spectrum! Rich Donovan is featured
8 Year old Micah presents a video review of Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone – the first book in the Harry Potter series.
This month on the Lost Coast: rain! rain! rain! And more
Guest post by Sandy Ho on her top 15 book picks for 2016, neatly categorized for ‘who should read’ it and which ones have a disability connection
Last post on Hawai’i – visiting Kalapana and Ka’u, and an encounter with a mystical green sea creature have us thinking through our plans and lives.
Hilo. My home base for 7 years. A very intense visit home.
Alice Wong: night owl, coffee lover. Girl with a finger on a media pulse and researcher with a passion for disability rights/advocacy. Get to know her!
From foundations and grants to books, bikes and benefits – a big list of places that can help out with free stuff for kids with disabilities
Dana has been gone for 3 months.
This blog needs a focus that is more clear than it has been. And I need your help in defining what that focus will be.
Hawai’i – a trip home. Photos from our recent trip to the Hawaiian Islands, reconnecting and remembering. And healing in our grief.
#GiveTheFuture, a new site with direct links to organizations worth supporting, and my own list of 15 awesome disability related organizations
The kids get haircuts – here are the photos and quick-story for a little interlude this morning
Michelle Obama gave the most beautiful speech while she was campaigning for Hillary Clinton: (it’s properly captioned – click “cc” to turn them on)…
The 2016 Ultimate Gift Guide for Disability – your personal guide to supporting businesses with a positive connection to disability – is here!
Our songstress started off her school photo day with some awesomeness. Check it out, for a big smile. Bio Twitter Facebook Google+ LinkedIn YouTube Pinterest…
Trump apparently won the race for Presidency, and many of us are grieving, both in the disability community and elsewhere. Let’s channel our grief.