Teaching non-disabled children about their disabled peers is extremely important. The younger you start, the more understanding and empathetic your child will be.
I recently read an article titled "Airporky: Lazy passengers are FAKING disability to get a wheelchair at airports and speed through security queues" written by Carolyn McGuire published in The Sun, a UK magazine. This article makes reference to individuals using wheelchairs at airlines in order to skip the long boarding process and other inconveniences… Continue reading Stop The Stigma: People with Invisible Illnesses Are NOT Fakers
Doctors don't always know everything about your disability. Especially when you are rare. Self advocacy is of the utmost importance.