Written By: Riley Hurt Recently, I had the opportunity to attend the 2023 Association of Programs for Rural Independent Living (APRIL) conference in Anaheim, California.
Written by: Isabella Bullock The holiday season is often a time of joy and celebration, but it can also be a time of stress andanxiety.
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Hello everyone! Today I would like to talk a little bit about why I participate in and love nature therapy. Nature therapy to me is
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By Isabella Bullock Voting is a fundamental right that every citizen should be able to exercise without any barriers. However, for people with disabilities, this
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By Isabella Bullock Domestic violence is a serious issue that affects many people around the world. However, people with disabilities are at a higher risk
Prior to going on our two-week adventure through Italy, I heard lots of mixed reviews.Certainly, there was no contesting the beauty and uniqueness of a
After doing research, there may be a genetic reason for why my blog posts are always late. Spina bifida is a spinal defect that leads
Cripping up: The act of an able-bodied person, typically an actor, dressing up and portraying the role/character of a disabled person, mimicking the physical characteristics