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- personal experiences 70
- memories of growing up 63
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This is my mother's experience having her first child and finding out that they were severely premature.
In and out of the foster care system her whole life Shay defeats the odds or beats the odds. In fact her goal is to make a difference from a disability standpoint in the foster care system
Lezlie Frye: 2020-05-10 17:54:31 Lezlie Frye (41) talks with her mother, Martina Bianchi Frye (77) about motherhood, having a disabled child, being a disabled adult, and the joys and sorrows of parenting.
In this interview, I asked questions of Nicolas Faucette. Nicolas is a younger sibling of CJ who has Autism. We are being to see his insight of what it is like to be a sibling of a child with special...
Dr. Duong P Huynh (57) tells Dr. Thai Van Nguyen (48) about growing up disabled in Vietnam and coming to the US.
Fran Osborne (55) interviews Anthony Tusler (68) about art. Anthony talks about disability art, photography and different artists he admires.
Reveca Torres (34) talks with her co-directors, Matt Lauterbach (36) and Grishma Shah (33) about founding a film festival for people with disabilities. They talk about their inspirations and Matt finds out that Grishma has a prosthetic limb.
Nilabhro Ghosal(19) talks with close friend Allie Matthews(18) on the ups and downs of having disabilities, how Covid-19 has altered our life, and reminisce on the past and how we became friends.
In my interview, I talked about how I used my caring and patient personality to help a kid who was hard of hearing and had learning disabilities.
Conducted in Santa Cruz, California, student Kayla Penny (age 15) interviews Susan Fisher (age 45) about a childhood story and the effect it had on Susan’s future. Fisher shares her story of dealing with individuals troubled with mental health such...
Marci describes her experience with polio at 7 years old as well as the ways in which it has affected her life.
Karolyn Campbell (45) tells her friend Lorelei Anderson-Francis (64) about leaving Grenada at a young age, the impacts of her visual impairment, and her goals.
Youth with disabilities(motivation) Emily has a speech impairment, and has had it since she was 7 years old. Find out what motivates her!
An interview with Amy Bosco about her experiences as a blind person in education, family, dating, and more.
Cheryl Hewitt (58), a Stanford Health Care patient, talks with David Grady (59) about her struggles and triumphs in navigating school and health care with a lifelong disability.
Margaret Sturgill interviews her friend and coworker Dennis Horton (60) about his childhood diagnosis of polio and how it changed his life.
Amber DiPietra, 29, and Jessie Lorenz, 31, talk about their visual impairments, and how they navigate the world.
I talk to my mom about her experience growing up after experiencing a stroke at birth.
Kate Powers (47) interviews her husband Michael Gerber (50) about how cerebral palsy affected his upbringing and childhood.
Mentor Davi Kallman (33) interviews her friend and mentee, Jose Riera (51) after how his life has been impacted by a traumatic brain injury.
The 2016 election was unprecedented in more ways than one. This oral history recalls the origins of #CripTheVote, a nonpartisan online movement activating and engaging disabled people on policies and practices important to the disability community. Created at the beginning...