Archive: Mar 2014

  1. Tools You Can Use series: Disability.gov Resource Guides for PWDs

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    Disability.gov, the federal government’s one-stop access website for disability-related resources, services, and information, has a plethora of guides that breaks down topics that matter to those with disabilities, caregivers and families, and helping professionals who interact with this particular population.

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  2. Ramping My Voice for National Disability Awareness Month 2014

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    For National Disability Awareness Month, I decided to write a letter to the local newspapers with the purpose of sharing my story as a woman of color with a disability who is fighting for equality and justice for all abilities.  I am still waiting to see if my article will be published, but in the meantime, I thought that I would share my article with my fellow readers, advocates, and supporters.

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  3. Ramped My Voice for Social Work Month 2014!

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    Last week, I had the incredible opportunity to discuss the plight of people with disabilities, and the importance of advocacy for Social Work Month 2014.  I was a presenter at the 2014 NASW-SC Chapter Spring Symposium in Columbia, SC.  Social Work Month is observed during the month of March, and each year has a selected theme.  This year’s theme is:  “All People Matter,” and from the various presentation topics that were selected, that theme was very alive and well throughout the 3 days of the conference.

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