How I see it … A broken system

As a deafblind woman who is articulate and has worked in the healthcare sector, interaction with government agencies is still necessary and can be extremely challenging. In my experience, our system is flawed. One of the fundamental issues lies in the negative and deficit perception of disability often fostered within our society and institutionally in... Continue Reading →

How I see it … or don’t

This week I was reminded just how changeable my vision is in a day. I will tell a story to illustrate. One of the catchphrases in the blind community is that blindness is a spectrum, which is accurate. What is usually even more unexpected is the changeability in that spectrum on any one day. I... Continue Reading →

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