UM: What is your name? My name is Whitney Ann Ford. UM: Your age. I am 22 years old. UM: Where are you from? (State only) Alabama. UM: What type of disability do you have? I was born with Spina Bifida Myelomeningocele and Hydrocephalus. UM: When were you diagnosed/told? […]

Living w| A Disability – Ms. Wheelchair AL Whitney ...

Hey, everybody!!  In today’s blog post we will be talking about the FDA wanting the public to be aware of fake medications.  Not just any medications but meds said to be used in curing Autism.  I thought this would be perfect as that April is Autism Awareness Month.    The […]

News: FDA Warns Against Fake Meds to Treat Autism

​​​​ Hey, everybody, today’s blog post is about a new licensing law the city of Chicago has put in place to help communication between disabled people and police or other first responders.  The card was introduced earlier this year by two state representatives, Stephanie Kifowit and Linda Holmes.  It began […]

News: New ID’s Help Communication Between Police and Disabled

  Hey, everybody! Today’s blog post is very interesting.  So, let’s get into it, shall we?   The state of Indiana will now celebrate Disability Awareness Month in March.  Their Governor Eric Holcomb and the Indiana Governor’s Council for People with Disabilities proclaimed the month of March as Disabilities Awareness […]

March Indiana’s Disability Awareness Month

  Hey, everyone!  Today’s blog post is about employment, not just any employment hacks but employment for people on the autistic spectrum.    Awhile back the Ford Motor Company in Dearborn, Mich started an initiative geared toward hiring people with autism.  The initiative is called Ford Inclusive Works, last summer […]

News: Ford Expands Autism Hiring Initiative