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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? ...

6 Tips for Dealing with Ableism and Disability Discrimination

Have you ever felt like your life was more difficult because of a disability or chronic illness? Maybe you’ve been treated unfairly in the workplace or had ...

5 Ways to Improve Your Experience When Traveling with a Disability

Everyone deserves the chance to travel and see the world. There’s a lot to see and do, and the memories you make can fill you with happiness for years to come. ...

What 4 Dudes Brewing Beer Can Teach Us About Disability & Inclusion

A mother sees an announcement in her local paper that a new brewery will soon be opening. The brewery states it wants to be a real community business and ...

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 ...

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 ...

How to Find Wheelchair Accessible Housing

If you have a physical disability, finding a place to live can be very challenging. Whether you’re looking for an affordable apartment or want to buy a home, ...

UK Employers’ Responsibilities Surrounding Disability in the Workplace

All employees should have the same fundamental employment rights as stated by UK law.  The Equality Act of 2010 was introduced to further level the playing ...

How These Designers Are Making Fashion Accessible to People With Disabilities

Getting dressed after waking up or putting on a beautiful outfit before going to a high-class establishment might seem second nature. Just take those flashy ...

How to Support Someone Who Often Cancels Plans Due to Chronic Illness

For those who like to plan, it can be frustrating having a loved one who drops out of events at the last minute, even when you know they are struggling with ...

7 Tips to Support a d/Deaf or Hard of Hearing Loved One During the Holidays

This holiday season, if you have a family member or friend who is d/Deaf or hard of hearing, these tips will help you support them at family gatherings and ...

32 Fabulous Pill Organizers for Keeping Track of Your Medication

If you need to take a lot of medications, these pill organizers can help keep you on schedule, and even do so with style! Managing a complex medication ...

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