An old favorite has been resurrected and updated to keep pace with modern options.
There is no specific formula for requesting help that will guarantee a response from a person you don’t know.
On Thanksgiving you eat turkey, and on the Fourth of July you have a barbecue. But what do you eat on Rare Disease Day? As far as I know, there isn’t anything like a traditional Rare Disease Day casserole.
It might seem like Steve Way is living the dream. Last year, he gained renown as the feisty, foul-mouthed best friend in Hulu’s critically-acclaimed Ramy.
During good times, a trip to the hospital can be a disempowering, dehumanizing and, dare I say, dangerous experience for a person with a visible disability. And these are not good times.
"Don't touch that." "Why?"
This morning was my partner’s birthday, and we went out to celebrate. Toward the end of our meal, a woman walks up to our table, sets her arm on my fiancé’s shoulder and says ...
COVID-19 coverage. Specialized wheelchairs. Bone growth stimulators. Crip Camp.
I can’t tell you how thrilled I was to independently send my wife a text for the first time.
Most disabled people have heard of the program, but don’t know how to enroll or capitalize on the financial freedom the it can bring.