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Vacationing With SMA as Your Travel Companion

By Halsey Blocher / 2021-09-24
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My family and I have just returned home from a fun-filled, relaxing vacation in Orlando, Florida. We haven’t taken a vacation in over two years,

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Glam for the Scan: How One Outfit Changed Everything

By Alyssa Silva / 2021-09-24
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While I can’t speak on behalf of every medical professional I’ve come across in my lifetime (truth be told, that’d be quite a large number),

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The Possibility of Radical Accessibility Is Here, as Told Through Lego and Gaming

By Sherry Toh / 2021-09-22
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“Hey, is that Lego?” my brother asks, a spark of interest in his eyes. He leans over to get a better view of my laptop.

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I’m Worried About the KOTOR Remake

By Brianna Albers / 2021-09-20
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I knew I was in for a treat when a friend texted me in all caps: “BRIE BRIE BRIE!” I was so into the book

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Acknowledging the Shadows of My Past and Focusing on a Hopeful Future

By Ari Anderson / 2021-09-16
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Have you ever looked back on the person you used to be and thought, “That was a lifetime ago!”

When I think this way, I

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‘Have Courage, and Be Kind’

By Helen Baldwin / 2021-09-15
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Being surrounded by tranquility and stunning scenery in the North Carolina mountains is a true blessing. A bonus is that our two grandchildren live down

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Today and Every Day, I Choose Rest

By Brianna Albers / 2021-09-13
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When it comes to vendettas, I have two.

One is against Sigmund Freud. Freud, the “father” of psychology, who’s known for his unbelievably misogynistic views.

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A Butterfly’s Beauty Comes After a Period of Darkness

By Halsey Blocher / 2021-09-10
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About a decade ago, I woke to the sight of dozens of butterflies bathed in gentle light above my head. I wasn’t expecting that.

When

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Why I Welcome Children’s Curiosity About My Disability

By Alyssa Silva / 2021-09-10
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A few years ago, I wrote about the need for more understanding and awareness about disability. No matter how many years have passed or how much

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Through Chaos and Calm, I Voyage Onward

By Katie Napiwocki / 2021-09-09
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It was a classic Midwestern summer day on Lake Michigan as my friend Sarah and I parked by the Wisconsin docks of the Sailing Education

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