This is long and boring to read, just like a law school assignment.
This week I was talking to a friend online (as I often do these days) and we were discussing the different models of disability. The changing model of disability has always been a really interesting concept to me, not only because it legitimizes and makes concrete some of the more abstract concepts that I struggle … Continue reading Introduction to the Models of Disability
While I'm not going to promise that this will be my last COVID-related post, I do promise that I will change the subject after this week. I know it's been a lot for everybody both inside and outside of the disability community to hear about constantly, but it's important that we don't forget that people … Continue reading “Sorry, But That’s Impossible”: Accommodations in the Age of COVID-19
When I wrote my last substantial post two years ago, I was winding up for my first year of law school, bright-eyed, bushy-tailed, and ready to take on a new journey. Well, now I'm two years in and have one year left and I can say that going to law school has been the best … Continue reading Law School
My parents often tell me about an experience they went through right before I started elementary school. They had a meeting with my principal where they took a tour of the school and made sure that it would be accessible and right for me. It was a public school, but they still wanted to make … Continue reading Access to Education