Category Archives: Differently Abled

Cur8able — Discover

Founded by disability fashion stylist Stephanie Thomas, Cur8able is a community and blog dedicated to inclusive and adaptive fashion. via Cur8able — Discover.

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Douglas Bader the pilot and ace with no legs YouTube Video Yarnhub

I saw this on YouTube this morning – https://youtu.be/MYInUUEKDDk Direct link: Douglas Bader the pilot and ace with no legs YouTube Video Yarnhub https://youtu.be/MYInUUEKDDk. Very impressive individual. Find-A-Grave memorial: https://www.findagrave.com/memorial/67133996/douglas-bader

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13 Assistive Tools For Writers With Disabilities — Love, Geeky Girl

By: Dani Kessel I believe everybody has a story worth telling. This is a fundamental belief I’ve held my whole life. Whether it’s telling our memoir, sharing perspectives, or letting imagination lead the way, storytelling is ingrained in us. Before … Continue reading

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The Unknowns of the U. S. Stimulus Bill – March 26, 2020

First, the bill has not been passed yet. The Senate passed their version yesterday. The House will review it today and tomorrow with a vote expected tomorrow. The House is not in session, but will do the vote from wherever … Continue reading

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Fun Valentine’s Day Gifts that are Perfect for the Chronically Ill — The Disabled Diva’s Blog

Fun Valentine’s Day gift ideas that show your partner how much you love them while respecting the boundaries of their chronic illness. The post Fun Valentine’s Day Gifts that are Perfect for the Chronically Ill appeared first on The Disabled … Continue reading

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How my Relationship with Exercise Is Changing Due to Disability Progression (Dealing with Guilt & More) — Retrospective Lily

Hi, friends. Today’s disability chat discusses how my relationship with exercise has changed as my disability, Friedreich’s Ataxia, has progressed. A nagging sense of disappointment In the past, I’ve written about the importance of exercise for people with limited mobility, … Continue reading

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Prepping for hurricanes when you’re disabled — Life with Spina Bifida

Prepping for a hurricane when you are disabled can cause a lot of anxiety. There is a lot of things disabled people have to think about that abled do not and it makes a lot of people nervous. Within the … Continue reading

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Life lessons only disabled people can teach you — Life with Spina Bifida

There are many lessons in life some lessons we learn the hard way and some we never learn. Both abled and disabled people can teach you important life lessons but did you know there are some life lessons a disabled … Continue reading

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My History With Exercise & How It Affects my Disability — Retrospective Lily

Hi, friends. In today’s post, I’ll share some of my history/experience with my disability and exercise, detailing how exercise can and can’t help me bear my condition and emphasizing the importance of consistency! My History With Exercise I have been … Continue reading

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My 1,500th Blog Post

Updated March 23, 2019 – realized I missed a category/topic. I am fast approaching blog post #1,500. As always, a big thank you to those who read my blog, follow me, like a post, or comment. It’s appreciated. If I … Continue reading

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