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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). 

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Meriah Nichols is a career counselor, teacher and blogger. Single mom to 3 (one with Down syndrome, one gifted 2E), she is also a cat-loving Trekkie who likes her coffee hot and black.
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I WANT TO GET INVOLVED IN DISABILITY RIGHTS! WHERE DO I START? – Disability Cosmos Daily

Monday 9th of March 2020

[…] One form of love is making sure everyone in society is welcome, included, and treated with respect and dignity. Today I want to thank disability activists Sandy Ho, Mia Mingus and Alice Wong for creating the hashtag #AccessIsLove, which aims to help build a world where accessibility is understood as an act of love. 💘♿️💝 Learn more about #AccessIsLove Here! Along those same lines, today I had a friend email and ask what 3 action steps I’d recommend to anyone interested in supporting Disability Rights. Clearly there are tons of ways to get involved, but these are just the first three things that came to mind… What would YOU recommend?  Leave a comment below! 1 – Learn about Disability Issues, especially in electoral politics: Both Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren have addressed disability issues specifically in their campaigns. Here are some good websites to learn about Disability Rights: Rooted in Rights Disability Visibility Project (Alice Wong) Advocacy Monitor Ramp Your Voice (Vilissa Thompson) National ADAPT AAPD Disability Scoop Disability Thinking (Andrew Pulrang) This Mess (David Perry) The Heumann Perspective (Judy Heumann) Smart Ass Cripple (Mike Irvin) And here’s a whole archive of disability blogs: Meriah Nichols – List of Disability Blogs […]

wheelcharcentral

Thursday 23rd of January 2020

Its a really nice website. Thanks for giving full information about Transit Wheelchair.

Access Foundation

Wednesday 12th of June 2019

Hey man.... nice blog, I am bookmarking your blog, coz I love this. thanks for sharing.

Access Foundation

Wednesday 12th of June 2019

Nice Blog, Thanks For sharing such a great Information about Disability.

Sara Wilson

Friday 31st of May 2019

Worth reading!! Thanks for sharing this informative post with us. I would like to add some more helpful resources to the list: www.sunshine.org They provide housing for the people with developmental disabilities. There are also several employment options available for people with disabilities. Hope this information will help!! Thanks!!

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