Category Archives: Differently Abled

A TikTok star called out Delta for breaking her wheelchair on a flight, a systemic issue airlines keep ignoring – Business Insider July 9, 2021

I saw this today on Business Insider – A TikTok star called out Delta for breaking her wheelchair on a flight, a systemic issue airlines keep ignoring: https://www.businessinsider.com/bri-scalesse-delta-broke-wheelchair-systemic-problem-2021-7#:~:text=A%20TikTok%20star%20called%20out,systemic%20issue%20airlines%20keep%20ignoring&text=A%20model%20and%20disability%20advocate,to%20Newark%20on%20July%204. Longer article, but here are some key points. Bethany Dawson Jul 9, 2021 … Continue reading

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5 Best Outdoor Use Rollator Walkers With Seats For Balance Issues — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Press play to have 5 Best Outdoor Use Rollator Walkers With Seats For Balance Issues read to you or continue reading. 5 Best Outdoor Use Rollator Walkers With Seats For Balance Issues

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Handicap Restrooms – What Really Makes Them Accessible And Why Most Fail — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

I used to think that getting over the stigma of becoming a wheelchair user was my biggest challenge. But, boy, was I wrong! Handicap Restrooms – What Really Makes Them Accessible And Why Most Fail

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6 Types Of Cooling Products To Help You Stay Cool In The Heat This Summer — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Like it or not, sweltering temperatures are on their way! Living with chronic illnesses like fibromyalgia and autoimmune arthritis is not easy. There are so many things that can trigger our symptoms. Temperature is a big one for me! My … Continue reading

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Can Cats Detect Illness In Humans? This One Detected Mine Better Than Any Doctor! — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Can Cats Detect Illness In Humans is available in both audio and written formats—press play to listen or scroll to continue reading. Can Cats Detect Illness In Humans? This One Detected Mine Better Than Any Doctor!

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Air Hawk Power Wheelchair Review Plus Useful Accessories To Help Create Your Dream Mobility Aid — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Finally! The Air Hawk power wheelchair review that I have been promising for months! Air Hawk Power Wheelchair Review Plus Useful Accessories To Help Create Your Dream Mobility Aid

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PILR, Inc. Dodge City Applebee’s Fundraiser — Prairie Independent Living Resource Center, Inc. (PILRC)

Tuesday, June 8, 2021 Applebee’s located at 406 W. Wyatt Earp Blvd, Dodge City, Kansas PILR, Inc. Dodge City Applebee’s Fundraiser Disclaimer: I know some people who work at, or have worked at, PIRL. That includes a close family member. … Continue reading

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How a Mobility Aid Can Help With Psoratic Arthritis — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Mobility aids are devices such as walkers, canes, and wheelchairs that can assist with walking, balance, and other parts of life with chronic pain. They come in many forms, as do the reasons for needing to use one. I experience … Continue reading

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A Community Lighting Ceremony — Prairie Independent Living Resource Center, Inc. (PILRC)

National Crime Victims’ Rights Week April 18-24 https://pilr.org/cms/wp-content/uploads/A-Community-Candle-Lighting-Ceremony-on-April-22-2021-1.pdf via A Community Lighting Ceremony. Disclaimer: I know some people who work at, or have worked at, PIRL. That includes a close family member.

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Squinting at the Future — Chosen Committed Complete

What am I doing with my life? I hope no one will accuse me of having a mid-life crisis just for asking the question. Sometimes, I am surprised to feel content. I like my job, and I’m good at it. … Continue reading

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