The ADA (the Americans with Disabilities Act) celebrates it's 32nd anniversary this month! Here a disability advocate shares her top four disability etiquette tips.
The Disability Concerns Canada Spring 2022 Newsletter editorial by Jenna Hoff focuses on how we can come together as a community.
"Advocacy means there are no persons left on the sidelines."
Elly shares her experience of asking for help in a grocery store, and the unexpected outcome that came from her example.
My hope is that churches aren’t waiting for teens and young adults to get older to serve the community.
Being diagnosed at 22 also came with other complications: I get told, “You’re young, so you wouldn’t understand chronic pain.”
...while I’m human, make mistakes like everyone else, and have these physical differences, I’m perfect in God’s eyes, and that’s what matters.
In particular, high school was hard because I felt so different from my friends and classmates.
Kate Bowler's book, No Cure for Being Human, offered space to share the challenges of life together as a community.
Michèle Gyselinck shares openly about her life living with mental health issues.
The ongoing Covid-19 pandemic has resulted in a sharp rise in the number of persons experiencing mental illness, especially anxiety and depression.
Disability Concerns Canada Winter 2022 Newsletter: Introducing Regional Advocates Elly VanAlten and Linda Rosendal
While everyone understands we are all part of the body of Christ, not everyone knows how to be inclusive. “As regional advocates, we are that missing piece.”
Are you part of the Disability Concerns community? If so, we would like to pay for you to attend the Faith Inclusion Network Conference with us. Sign up today!