I am grateful to be able to join my niece and her husband in the Women’s March on Washington via the disability march online. Were it not for primary lateral sclerosis, I would be there in person. I am a retired professor with countless students who serve families in mental health agencies all over the country. I am concerned about healthcare accessibility and the felt safety of people who feel they do not belong. I wish for us all communities of loving kindness.
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It was a terrific day here in DC . . . thinking of you, Candy . . .
Sorry to hear that PLS is making life tough. I have it too. I’m only 48 and intend to keep on actively living for a long time. I use photography as a way of keeping me engaged with the world. Because of my disability I take the photos from a mobility scooter. If you are interested you can see them at scootershooter.co.uk I wish you all the best 🙂