"If you want to take the measure of a society, just look at how they treat their most vulnerable members. The Bengals fail this simple litmus test. They lose nothing by accommodating those with invisible disabilities with dignity and respect. By attempting to bar them from using the elevators or attempting to intimidate them out of asking to use the elevators at Paul Brown Stadium, they are breaking the law."
It seems I'm not the only one regularly left facing the choice of either rescheduling an appointment, asking my husband to call in sick, or hiring an expensive and unreliable taxi to come pick me up, so I've decided to write a blog about the many ways one may be able to get assistance with … Continue reading Transportation to Non-Emergent Medical Appointments
To try to bring some good vibes and positive mojo to DD, I will now be featuring "Good News Around the Net" every Friday. They will just be little tidbits that I find that celebrate positive experiences shared within the disabled/chronically ill community. It could be a post I captured in screen shot, a news … Continue reading