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How Having a Disabled Mom Helped Shape My Identity as a Disabled Woman

I grew up with a disabled mom. It meant that we didn’t have a car, because my mom was visually impaired and couldn’t drive. We walked to the grocery store weekly, took the bus to doctor’s appointments and the mall, and occasionally took the train into Boston.
I didn’t think much about my mom’s disabilities until physicians started to suspect that I was disabled, too. I…

How Having a Disabled Mom Helped Shape My Identity as a Disabled Woman
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