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DeafBlind and Thriving
"Of all the obstacles people who are deafblind overcome, misconceptions don't have to be one of them." - HKNC In honor of Helen Keller’s birthday and Deafblind Awareness Week, we highlight a few individuals in the deafblind community that have shared their story of being DeafBlind and thriving.
An Ostomate Activist with Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome
Hi! I'm Charlotte. I'm 22 years old. I live in the UK. I talk on Instagram about body acceptance, mental health, chronic illness, that kind of thing. What is Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome?EDS is a connective tissue disorder, and connective tissues are all over your body so it can affect any part of...
Global Accessibility Awareness Day
In the U.S. alone, there are millions of individuals living with a disability, chronic illness, or medical need. Advancements in medicine have translated into improvements in health outcomes and quality of life for the sickest patients. But the impact of one's illness reaches beyond the hospital walls and into their daily...