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Mama Bear vs The Tourism & Hospitality Industries

Mama Bear vs the Tourism & Hospitality Industries By Angela Wilson The fun part of traveling and visiting new places are the attractions and activities that you have planned. There is usually another added planning step for those of us with a short- or long-term physical disability, other disabilities, or a family member with thoseContinue reading “Mama Bear vs The Tourism & Hospitality Industries”

What is Internalized Ableism and What can We do to Overcome it?

By Rea Strawhill Before becoming chronically ill myself, I had no idea what ableism was. When becoming more outspoken about my condition and my experiences, I stumbled upon this word and realized that a lot of the things I had experienced, fell under the category of ableism. And along the way I realized, that IContinue reading “What is Internalized Ableism and What can We do to Overcome it?”

Blind Teacher Coming Down the Hall By Leah V. Herzog, M.Ed.

I was diagnosed with Retinitis Pigmentosa when I was 18.  RP is often known as “tunnel vision” because it affects peripheral vision first. To get a sense of how I see the world, form a circle around your eyes with both hands; see how 360 degrees of vision is affected.  Rather than thinking of myselfContinue reading “Blind Teacher Coming Down the Hall By Leah V. Herzog, M.Ed.”

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