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Disability Representation Matters

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Disability Representation Matters

When children are young it's natural for a child to have an ego centric mindset. They don't realize the diversity and differences there are in the world. Children are to busy learning about their relationships and environment to notice that every person is unique and different in their own way.  As children get older, they start to notice and become observant of the differences and start comparing things and people. For a child with a disability, this can the age that they first realize "hey something is different about me" and begin comparing themselves to their peers and adults around...

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"Speak Up & Speak Out" - Self Advocacy Course

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"Speak Up & Speak Out" - Self Advocacy Course

 Our affiliate brand dis❌ABILITY is excited to announce the launch of our first ONLINE COURSE - "Speak Up & Speak Out" - A step-by-step guide to becoming a strong and confident self advocate. 🚨 "Growing up with multiple learning disabilities I was frequently reminded of things I couldn't do, or what I was not good at. One time in high school my geometry teacher told my parents, "Amy's disability prevents her from understanding the way I teach." THE WAY I TEACH!? Well there's the problem. I was constantly forced to adapt to my surrounding environment, instead of the environment being inclusive...

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See The Able, Not The Label

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See The Able, Not The Label

                     Meet Xabier Osa. Xabi was born without part of his left arm. In addition he was also born without some fingers on his right hand and his legs were arched.       Xabi shared that he struggled to find something he was good at his whole life. From a young age he was constantly looking for something or somewhere that made him feel like he had a purpose.     As he got older he started working out to have a fit body and felt that this would be a...

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How dis❌ABILITY Got Started - The Story

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How dis❌ABILITY Got Started - The Story

Followers often ask how dis❌ABILITY got started, or what made me want to build a business around disability awareness.It was actually a beautiful combination that came together quickly. In 2019 a awesome guy by the name of Miles Taylor who has Cerebral Palsy, went viral on social media for deadlifting 2x his bodyweight.Everyone from the news and magazines, to radio talks shows and celebrities saw the video and heard about the incredibly uplifting the story. It was eventually picked up by Arnold Schwarzenegger and Miles was invited to lift on stage at one of the largest fitness expo's in the...

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How I Turned My Disability Into My Purpose - Extra Lucky Mom's Blog

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How I Turned My Disability Into My Purpose - Extra Lucky Mom's Blog

This past week I was honored with the opportunity to write for an organization's blog called "Extra Lucky Moms" a business dedicated to shifting the narrative about special needs and motherhood. Although I am not a mama, or a mom of a special needs child, I hold the perspective of being the child that grew up with a disability.  This blog gave me the opportunity to share my story and give some hope to moms who are on this journey through motherhood. If you have a few minutes today I encourage you to read my story. Through reading it, it...

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