The Blue Badge Company is so committed to employing those with limited work options and or physical challenges that over 40 percent of their “tour” team is either disabled or a primary caregiver.
March is Cerebral Palsy Awareness month. Cerebral Palsy (C.P.) is a broad diagnostic term used to describe a problem with movement and posture, due to damage or abnormalities in the brain that makes certain task or activities difficult. It is the most common motor disorder and the second most common disability found in children today.
The power of your voice is palpable and strong and can make a great difference in society. The best way we can make and see changes happen within our government is if we all go vote.
Sadly, a large number of students who are leaving high school and transitioning into college often lack the knowledge and or skills to advocate for themselves. That being said, it is imperative that they learn and develop self-advocacy skills, as well as cultivate a strong sense of empowerment before exiting high school.
Having a voice and being a strong self-advocate when it comes to accessible healthcare is of the utmost importance. After all, who knows your body better than you?