Disabled Parenting and Homeschool Preschool – Week 1

Like many parents, we made the hard decision to keep our children at home and do homeschool preschool this fall. There are many adjustments we have to make, all with the consideration of me being a disabled parent. As a writer and advocate by profession (and now preschool teacher? YIKES!) I had the thought to... Continue Reading →

I Waited 14 Years to Find a Parking Spot

It’s been 14 years since I was injured and ill, but as I’m now awaiting my delivery date for my new powerchair next month (!) I am just now applying for a disabled parking placard.  Getting the placard was something I’ve kept putting off and pushing to the back of my to-do list…for years. I’d... Continue Reading →

Power Up!

I’m a 33-year-old mother of two in the process of getting a power wheelchair, and contrary to popular belief, it’s a wonderful thing. During a recent day out at the zoo with the family, I rented a motorized scooter to see if it helped with my pain levels and mobility. At a steep $40 price... Continue Reading →

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