Category Archives: Disability Advocacy

Stories, parables, posts about disability rights and disability advocacy, some written by other people, some written by me. As such, this category has some of the same entries as “My Life (or More Than You Ever Wanted to Know About Me)”. However that category covers a wider array of topics, as the title suggests, and are all exclusively my own thoughts.

Interdependent but Autonomous (how to raise your kids, hee hee O:)

So here we go…. Bleeding Ink is gonna tell you how to raise your kids. Hee Hee.  Just kidding. 🙂 Well sorta. I’m just going to impart some knowledge on what I know about growing up as a child with … Continue reading

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Welcome To Holland (with a note at the end from yours truly)

Welcome To Holland By Emily Perl Kingsley I am often asked to describe the experience of raising a child with a disability – to try to help people who have not shared that unique experience to understand it, to imagine … Continue reading

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Credo for Support

Credo for Support Do not see my disability as a problem. Recognize that my disability is an attribute. Do not see my disability as a deficit. It is you who see me as deviant and helpless. Do not try to … Continue reading

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