Disability blogs that are BY people with disabilities. This goes across the disability spectrum – you’ll see blogs by blind, deaf, physically disabled. It is neuro-diverse.
This is NOT a list of blogs that are about disability, per se; rather, the blogs all have an intersection of disability in common.
This is a small collection of disability blogs, but will hopefully grow as more people add theirs to the list.
Please join, share and visit other’s blogs. And come on over to join the Facebook group, The Federation of Disabled Bloggers, and hashtag your photos on Instagram to the 365 Days with Disability project (the photo project that is by and for the disability community).
Disability blogs: blogs that are by people with disabilities, but not necessarily about disability
A Blog about life with limb-girdle muscular dystrophy and wheelchair accessible travel to destinations all around the world. Reliable travel information!
Keeping it real and blogging about disability rights, social justice, and my experiences with my disability, Larsen syndrome.
Wheelchair travel blog with accessible vacation information on cities in the U.S., Europe, Asia & Middle East. Answers to FAQ on disabled air travel & more.
"Welcome to my Great Unwrapping."
A blog about disability, society and living life in the nation's capital and beyond
Writer, speaker, appearance activist. Loving life!
A blog about everything, but mostly living autistic because I am.
When the mob and the press and the whole world tell you to move, your job is to plant yourself like a tree beside the river of truth, and tell the whole world
"No, you move."
autism, autistic rights, autistic culture, disability rights, crip culture, disability studies, social justice theory, critical pedagogy, autism spectrum disorders, neurodiversity, disability policy, disability advocacy, autism advocacy, ableism
3 o'clock Appointment
by Matthew Armagost
Now I'm no doctor, Doctor,
so please stop me
if I'm off base,
but there's something
Thanks to the success of Steve Silberman’s ‘Neurotribes,’ therapists and service providers have become aware of neurodiversity. On one hand, this is wonderful. A concept Autistic self-advocates have been celebrating for years has hit the mainstream. It seems that therapists and service providers are finally listening to autistic people speak. On the other hand, there seem to be many misunderstandings about what neurodiversity, and by extension allyship, entails. Therapy can only be enriched by neurodiversity, if therapists will let it.
MH, DD, ASD, and Disability Advocacy
Queer, feminist politics.
aging, disabled, assistance/service dog user? All are welcome!
Musings and insight from my disabled life
Image description: A late 18th century man with a stout wooden leg of battered aspect When you are reading a book, do you ever have the ...
Disability life, ideas, identity, culture, commentary, and politics.
Following her writing dreams
“I would’ve made sure it was accessible if we were closer friends.” An ex-friend said this after I expressed hurt over his party being held in an inaccessible venue. I wasn’t even mad at him initially since it was a surprise planned by his family; they knew I couldn’t get inside, and ignored guests offering alternate, accessible spaces. When this ex-friend told me of the event, all he said was “sorry you can’t come.” That was it.
Echolocating Towards Equality
There's nothing funny about disability.