Meet McKenna Harwell and her unparalleled planner for spoonies, the Warrior Life Planner, coming out soon for 2019.
Meet October's Hero: Michaela Oteri, aka Ogrefairy, who portrays people with disabilities with honesty and raw beauty in her digital Cripple Punk portraits. Learn about her life and work as a graphic artist with EDS and ME/CFS & how you can get your own amazing portrait.
Meet the Disabled Tourist Guide who contracted polio at age 3. As a result, his legs have been paralyzed. That hasn’t stopped him helping others with disabilities travel his beloved Morocco, or achieving his goals. Learn how more at zebrapit.com
September’s Heroes are the dynamic duos Caide and Madi, who run Recovery Buddy Parcels together. A new service, Recovery Buddy Parcels works worldwide to pair people with chronic health and mental illnesses together. These Buddies then lend each other support and occasionally exchange small, inexpensive gifts to help raise flagging spirits during tough times.
Meet Breanna Sprenger, creator of Breanna’s Cards, a service that sends free ecards around the world to people with chronic health and mental illnesses. Breanna’s inspirational cards help lift the spirits of people with disabilities and let them know they are not alone. Breanna , a 17 year old from Avon, Ohio has done some pretty amazing things in her short life, including a career in Paralympic swimming despite battling several chronic illnesses and being born with missing limbs. Recently, I had the opportunity to speak more with this delightful, dynamic young woman about her accomplishments, her health conditions, and her future plans.