The Redefining Disability Project #6: The Visibility Problem
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The Redefining Disability Project #6: The Visibility Problem

This post is a little impromptu change of plans. I was going to post about a news video I saw recently, but I’m moving that post out a while because I’ve realized that a lot of my posts thus far have focused on the “visible” aspects of disability. I use mobility aides.  I have physical … Continue reading

Redefining Disability for Writers # 1: How the Social Construct Posts Can Help You
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Redefining Disability for Writers # 1: How the Social Construct Posts Can Help You

When I started The Redefining Disability Project, I had a pretty simple plan. Lay out a definition, talk about how the whole idea of “disability” is based on a social construct and is therefore impossible to define in terms of medical criteria, and then lead in to Heather Massey’s post about the Social Model of … Continue reading

The Redefining Disability Project #5–It Just IS.
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The Redefining Disability Project #5–It Just IS.

Note: Author Perspectives are open to anyone who wants to post about their experiences. They can be a response to a previous post in the series, a new topic focusing on the author’s experience as a writer/creator who has characters with disabilities, or a story from your own life.  They can also be responses to … Continue reading

The Redefining Disability Project #4 — Author Perspectives — Disability As A Social Construct: Less and More by Jen Decker
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The Redefining Disability Project #4 — Author Perspectives — Disability As A Social Construct: Less and More by Jen Decker

   I’d like to welcome Jen Decker, who is guest posting in response to the topic of disability as a social construct.  Jen is a Regional Advocacy Facilitator at Granite State Independent Living.   Note: Author Perspectives are open to anyone who wants to post about their experiences. They can be a response to a previous … Continue reading

Redefining Disability Project #1 — Welcome  
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Redefining Disability Project #1 — Welcome  

  Hello, everyone and welcome to the Redefining Disability Project! I’m excited to have you here, and would like to thank my collaborator and fellow Evil Genius, and Natcha Guyot for providing goodies. This project is an ongoing effort to promote awareness and representation for people with disabilities. It began as a 14 post blog … Continue reading