When The Pandemic Eases Please Don’t Forget About Disabled People:

The COVID-19 pandemic is about to enter its second year. On March 11, 2020 The World Health Organization declared COVID-19 a pandemic. When the pandemic first started, I noticed that the world had suddenly become considerably more accessible to me. I could finally participate more. in a society where I frequently feel left behind due… Continue reading When The Pandemic Eases Please Don’t Forget About Disabled People:

The Art of Gratitude

It’s the time of year where many of us think about what we are thankful for. Cerebral palsy has allowed me the privilege of having a unique perspective on gratitude. Having cerebral palsy has allowed me to appreciate the little things in life. Simply having the ability to speak, or even to eat my favorite… Continue reading The Art of Gratitude

Why College Is Even Harder for Disabled Students to Afford

It’s no secret that the cost of college in America is startling. In the United States, the average annual cost of education is $35,720 per student. With an annual growth rate of 6.8%, the cost has tripled in 20 years. For college students with disabilities, college can be even more challenging to afford. Some disabled… Continue reading Why College Is Even Harder for Disabled Students to Afford

The Hard Part of Cerebral Palsy People Don’t Talk About:

CW: Depression Cerebral Palsy is often thought of as just a physical disability. As someone who has lived with CP her entire life, it affects every aspect of my life. At times, the physical symptoms are the easiest part of my disability to deal with. When I’m experiencing increased spasticity in my lower limbs, stretching,… Continue reading The Hard Part of Cerebral Palsy People Don’t Talk About: