By Kendra Winchester: For Complete Post, Click Here…
As a disabled person, I’m always looking for more stories by and about disabled, chronically ill, d/Deaf, and neurodivergent people. These stories make me feel less alone in a world that’s not made for people like me. I especially love it when a disabled person narrates their own audiobook. It just adds that extra personal touch.
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TEN STEPS TO NANETTE
HABEN: THE DEAFBLIND WOMAN WHO CONQUERED HARVARD LAW
A FACE FOR PICASSO
WE ARE NEVER MEETING IN REAL LIFE