Tag: people with disabilities

ADD/ADHD and Parenthood

There is a reason that if you walk through any bookstore or peruse the internet for how-to guides, you’ll find countless books on parenting. Perhaps more specifically, you’ll find books on motherhood, mothering, how to be a good mother, how not to be a bad mother, and so on and so forth. The reason, of course, is because raising a… Read more →

People With Disabilities Want Respect, Employment

Inclusivity shouldn’t be a difficult ideal to come to terms with. It shouldn’t be a far-off, fever dream relegated to the realm of the “what if” and “maybe some day” lines of thinking. Inclusivity isn’t even something that we should be striving for–it’s something that should have been accomplished long, long ago. Inclusivity should be a reality today; serving as… Read more →