User Posts: Karin Willison, MA
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Almost Autistic: What’s in My Neurodiversity Grab Bag

“There’s no such thing as being a little bit autistic.” I’ve heard this phrase many times. It’s a common refrain in the autistic community, and for good ...

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6 Things to Consider Before Moving Out-of-State with a Disability

If you have a disability and you're thinking of moving to a different state, here are five key things to consider before you rent that U-Haul. When you have a ...

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7 Bathroom Safety Tips for Seniors and People with Disabilities

The bathroom is one of the most hazardous areas in a home, especially for seniors and people with disabilities. The combination of wet surfaces, slippery ...

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ADA Grab Bars for Bathroom Safety with Style

Grab bars can significantly enhance bathroom safety and accessibility, especially if you have mobility issues, are a senior, or have a disability. This grab ...

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8 Safe Shower Chairs for Seniors and Disabled People

Safe shower chairs are an essential tool for seniors and people with disabilities who have difficulty standing or maintaining balance while bathing. A shower ...

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The Ultimate Executive Dysfunction Self-Help Guide: Coping Skills to Help You Thrive

Welcome to the ultimate self-help guide for coping with executive dysfunction! If you struggle with executive functioning skills such as managing time, staying ...

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Sensory Overload Self-Help Guide: Coping Tips to Help You Thrive

If you or a loved one experiences sensory overload, this self-help guide can help you learn the signs and symptoms, address the causes, and develop coping ...

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What Is a Spoonie? The Spoon Theory of Chronic Illness, Explained

Spoon theory. Spoonie. If you or a loved one has recently been diagnosed with a chronic illness, you may hear these terms and be confused. What is a spoonie? ...

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How to Buy or Build Wheelchair Ramps: A Complete Guide

Are you looking to make your business or home more accessible for everyone? Our complete guide to wheelchair ramps details everything you'll need to know and ...

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How to Make Your Home Wheelchair Accessible Without Major Remodeling

If you need to make your home wheelchair accessible without remodeling and on a limited budget, you're in the right place!   When a person has a disability ...

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