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News, resources and perspectives pertaining to individuals with disabilities.

Feel free to edit your flair to reflect whatever disability you identify as having. This doesn't have to be a medical diagnosis either. You can identify as "Deaf," "wheelchair-user" or just plain "crip," as some folks do. And, if you don't have a disability, no worries! Just mark it up however you like.

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BBC's Ouch! (UK) | Disability News (US) | Disabled World (International)


Casual Coonversation's Mega List | National Council on Independent Living (US) | Independent Living (UK) | Disability Resource Centre (UK) | Independent Living Canada | Service Canada | Independent Living Centres (AU) | Disability Information and Resource Centre (AU) | Family Village (International) | Success for College Students with Disabilities (US) | Centers for Independent Living (US)


Chronic World Adventure | Chronic Illness Humor | Disability Fun | Universal Design Style | Ramp Your Voice

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#Important Posts | Non-US Disability Post

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