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We had an amazing time delivering our 3 day Teacher Training @gibneydance in NYC...
We had an amazing time delivering our 3 day Teacher Training @gibneydance in NYC who made us feel so at home. Thank you to all and our wonderful participants who were so open to share, learn, question and dance together exploring best practice to making dance accessible for all. Thank you all and stay I touch. #AXISTeacherTraining#dance4all#uhaveabodyucandance#dance#disability#danceanddisability#AXISDanceCompany@AXISinNYC
18.02.2018 21:09:04
WINTER "CLIFF ST." ❄️❄️ My photography reflect my life ♿ 
Photo Fredi Guaraca💙
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WINTER "CLIFF ST." ❄️❄️ My photography reflect my life ♿ Photo Fredi Guaraca💙 ©MakingArt-latino 🇪🇨🇺🇸 www.wuaraka.wix.com/makingart-latino www.facebook.com/MakingArtlatino . . . . #streetphotography#newrochelle#westchester#snow#storm#newyorkphotographer#ny#photography#nikond5200#photographer#wheelchairman#disability#artist#town#nrpl#ecuadorian#photoart#winter#dontwalk#picture#makeupartist#instamoment#instapic#naturelife#news12wc#camera#dreams#fotografia#newyork
18.02.2018 21:08:10
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Celebrated @allieschlieder at the slopes today! Birthdays are fun, but birthdays...
Celebrated @allieschlieder at the slopes today! Birthdays are fun, but birthdays with our BFFs are even better! These friends are a blessing. Also a huge thanks to the super accommodating crew at the sledding hill! What a day 😍 #linzeyslight#downsyndrome#downsyndromelove#disability#disabilitylove#like4like#instagram#instagood#love#bffgoals
18.02.2018 21:07:09
Hello i’m Jayden i’m 15 years old and I was diagnosed with a rare blood disease ...
Hello i’m Jayden i’m 15 years old and I was diagnosed with a rare blood disease called hereditaryspherocytosis it’s been a struggle since birth. Surgery’s was the least of my problems. I’m getting into my teen years now and now i’m seeing the permanent effects my disease has on my life. Along with those problems I have severe anxiety and depression. Around 6 or 7, I had to get a partial splenectomy, that’s when they remove have of your spleen, to manage some of my symptoms. Later on when I was about 11 - 12 I started having gallbladder attacks and came to find out I had gallstones. So that lead to another surgery having my gallbladder removed. My view on my disease at that time was getting a bit more concerning. I’m now 15 and all the symptoms that the first surgery was supposed to fix - nothing worked, and my spleen is growing back. (Yes it’s possible because only half got removed). I’m way more fatigue and feeling the effects a lot more. I take close to about 4 naps a day all 1-2 hours each, because my body is working x2 as hard as any normal person. My body is destroying my white blood cells at an alarming rate, and my body is somehow keeping up and making them just as fast. The extra energy is taking advantage of my life, they wanted to keep half of my spleen to deduce the risk of me getting sick because my immune system was already weak. The spleen surgery was supposed to cure the yellowness of my eyes (jaundice) ect. but instead it made it worse. Just recently I had Pneumonia and was in the hospital for well over a week with a fever of 103.7 every day for 4 days straight and my left lung was collapsed. It was such a horrible experience and wish to never experience it again. I’m now homeschooled because of my condition, along with having yellow eyes I was the laughing stock to a couple kids. Along with bullying and anxiety it made me develop a phobia of going to school (Yes, I know how it sounds, but it's real, it's called “Didaskaleinophobia”). Continues in comments⬇⬇⬇
18.02.2018 21:05:48
People are so quick judge, dismiss, or/and get disgusted over scars. People only...
People are so quick judge, dismiss, or/and get disgusted over scars. People only see the smaller parts of Spina Bifida, but not the main part of it- the scars along the back. Its taken me nearly 17 years to actually ‘approve’ and feel comfortable in my own skin without hiding scars like this, trying to hide my muscle imbalances due to my scoliosis, or other things that come with it, especially as someone who is not into the whole “body positivity” movement. Embrace them and keep on keeping on until you can change some of them- if you can’t change it, there’s no point in worrying about it. I plan on dropping an article on getting to a point of self-appreciation and self-conquering through the Lion House website and through The Mighty, the other platform I write for. • • • • • #disability#spinabifida#fitness
18.02.2018 21:00:35
We are starting to dream up our Summer programming already! Last Summer we were ...
We are starting to dream up our Summer programming already! Last Summer we were out and about in Madison for community inclusion every day. We can't to start visiting some of our favorite spots around town again! . . . . . #respite#caregiver#caregiving#disability#care#specialneeds#respitecare#kids#families#nonprofit#nonprofits#nonprofitsofinstagram#wisconsinnonprofit#madisonwi#localcharity#therapy#giosgardenrespite#arttherapy#recreationaltherapy#therapeuticrecreation#charity#giving#disabilityawareness
18.02.2018 20:56:31
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CW: mention of weight.
I’m Rose, I’m from Canada, and I have severe chronic inso...
CW: mention of weight. I’m Rose, I’m from Canada, and I have severe chronic insomnia. I’ve had it since I was a little kid. It took forever to get a diagnosis because people kept making reasons why it was my fault; first I stayed up too late reading, then I stayed up too late listening to music, then it was my phone, etc. It got really bad. I was so exhausted that I was losing weight faster than I could consume calories and I got really underweight. I was really weak and could barely stand, and of course there’s all the other health problems that come with being underweight and chronically sleep deprived. Eventually I got really sick, I couldn’t get out of bed for a week and eventually had to go back to school even though I was still puking up my guts every couple hours or so. I’ve mostly recovered but I feel like people don’t take insomnia and sleep deprivation seriously, and they always think it’s a behavioural issue and not a medical one. Thankfully I’ve mostly recovered and I’m on sleep meds so things have been getting better. #insomnia#chronicinsomnia#medicallycausedweightloss#disabilityawareness#invisibleillnessawareness#invisibledisability#endthestigma#awareness#chronicpain#chronicillness#mentalhealth#invisibleillness#disability#illness#spoonie#spooniewarrior #mentalillness#chronicillnesswarrior#surviving #awareness#speakout#chronicillnessawareness#mentalhealthawareness#disabledandequal #intersectionaldisabilities
18.02.2018 20:51:31
Proud to work with the Downriver Panthers! We provide sports and rec activities ...
Proud to work with the Downriver Panthers! We provide sports and rec activities for kids/young adults with disabilities. Registered 501(c)(3). PLEASE consider making a tax-deductible donation to the Panthers! Baseball season is coming and we always need help! Coaches, volunteers, concessions, cheerleaders! #downriver#detroit#michigan#disability#donate#autism#autismawareness#downsyndrome#charity#nonprofit
18.02.2018 19:29:04
Since last year I have been working quite regularly with the Asia Europe Foundat...
Since last year I have been working quite regularly with the Asia Europe Foundation (ASEF), following them on various conferences in different parts the globe. The one which stood out for me the most was the recent trip to Melbourne and Christchurch for the ASEF Summer University which had its focus on shaping inclusive societies for youths with disabilities. I met many people, some of whom are disabled as well as others who are living or working amongst people with disabilities. The stories I have come across and the people that I have met, left a deep impression on me. Many thoughts are on my mind, and it will take some time to sort them out. On one hand I have always believed that one should do all that is possible to alleviate the world of its pain and suffering, yet on the other, I have also seen how pain, even suffering can produce in a person great strength, courage and wisdom. I also wondered to myself if we should wish for a world where no one is disabled, and what such a wish might say about our perception of people with disabilities. Perhaps a better wish would be for a world that is more inclusive, where people of all types can find their place and purpose. Some people such as the American philosopher Elizabeth Barnes says that disability need not be considered a worse off difference but simply a mere difference. She has a book called the 'Minority Body' which I plan to read. In another presentation, a short video clip that was shown stayed with me.(https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8K9Gg164Bsw) In the video, Australian comedian and disability rights activist Stella Young talks about how disabled people are often objectified as icons of inspiration by the media and culture. Because we do not experience disabled people, as our teachers, politicians, doctors etc, we only see them as objects of inspiration whose purpose is to make us feel better about ourselves. This is another form of exclusion and to me, a more cynical sort. #disability#disabilitypride#disabilityrights#uncrpd
18.02.2018 20:42:30
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Alex with Ellie in the snow. ☃ 
This photoshoot was difficult to take. It was di...
Alex with Ellie in the snow. ☃ This photoshoot was difficult to take. It was difficult to set everything up when you use forearm crutches, sigh... Hopefully you guys enjoy it. 😃 More photos soon. #agig#Americangirl#Americangirldoll#Americangirldolls#ag#agdoll#americangirlbrand#agdolls#dollphotography#alldollsEqual#disability#disableddoll#wheelchair#knit#servicedog#ag47#snow
18.02.2018 20:40:36
Spring is coming! These breezy, cotton, breathable LYG tees will add a spark of ...
Spring is coming! These breezy, cotton, breathable LYG tees will add a spark of color to your wardrobe (if you get a pink one) while spreading awareness and our movement to accept one another despite genetic differences. Get your Love your Genes T-shirt to stay breezy in this spring while supporting and awesome movement 🍓🌼 Learn more about us/grab your T-shirt today! Link in bio ✨ #loveyourgenes#lygmovement
18.02.2018 20:33:03
Hey! I’m Kelly, 31yo queer chronically ill chaotic neutral demon from Melb (aus)...
Hey! I’m Kelly, 31yo queer chronically ill chaotic neutral demon from Melb (aus). I have Multiple Sclerosis, vaginismus, vulvodynia, IBS, OCD, depression. I’m sure if forgetting things coz brain fog/fatigue are my most difficult symptoms from MS. I have a treatment called Tysabri in the form of an IV drip monthly, and take a slew of ever changing meds and therapy for the rest. I also have a little online shop where I sell some disability/chronic illness themed pins @livesickdieill ♥️ @kellymcbabe#MS#multiplesclerosis#vaganismus#vulvodynia#IBS#OCD#depression#chronicpain#disabilityawareness#invisibleillnessawareness#invisibledisability#endthestigma#awareness#chronicpain#chronicillness#mentalhealth#invisibleillness#disability#illness#spoonie#spooniewarrior #mentalillness#chronicillnesswarrior#surviving #awareness#speakout#chronicillnessawareness#mentalhealthawareness#disabledandequal #LGBT+#intersectionaldisabilities#Intersectional
18.02.2018 20:34:29
Drugs don't have to be all or nothing, life or death. Reducing risk & preventing...
Drugs don't have to be all or nothing, life or death. Reducing risk & preventing overdose death isn't stopping people with addictions from quitting. The belief people need to hit "rock bottom" before they change is not only false, but hateful & harmful. We can meet everyone where they're at.
18.02.2018 20:32:43
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Delaineys sisters are such great motivators, and excellent helpers❤️❤️❤️ From da...
Delaineys sisters are such great motivators, and excellent helpers❤️❤️❤️ From day one we have ALL said she WILL, she CAN, do all the things Drs said she wouldn't ........WALKING being one of them. Whether she forever uses aids to help her with this, she WILL walk!!!💗💗💗She has always had so much determination and she's such a fighter. She inspires us every day. . . Walker needs a good adjustment. We have had it in storage for almost a year bc she just didn't like it and refused to use it. Now the girls have adjusted it a million times and have lost one of the knobs that tighten the brakes so one wheel is free to spin and the other is tightened so she doesn't run outta here therefore creating that turn you're seeing, lol. 😂😂😂 We will fix it, she's still having fun and still walking so👌👌👌 . . . . #SpecialNeedsEquipment#Walker#Trisomy13Awareness#TrisomyAwareness#EmbraceTheJourney#RareDisorders#DefyingTheOdds#BeBlessed#StayPrayedUp#CleftLipBaby#Miracle#Trisomy13#Trisomy13Life#DelaineyTrisomy13#DelaineyTrisomyStrong#Trisomy#Awareness#SpecialNeeds#SpecialNeedsSiblings#SpecialNeedsChild#LivingWithSpecialNeeds#PatauSyndrome#BeKind#Advocate#Disability#SpecialNeedsFamilies
18.02.2018 20:30:02
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