Elsa also discusses with Betsy how 85 percent of disabled women have been assaulted, how difficult it is to be believed that an assault happened, and how the medical community discriminates against the disabled by giving subpar medical care!
Betsy also discussed being resilient when facing obstacles and not giving up! Betsy Cerulo wrote this book to inspire others and hopefully, people will think about being more receptive to the LGBT community!
“Win Kelly Charles, has Cerebral Palsy and her mission is to help others with physical and mental disabilities to find their voices through written or spoken word, using today’s assistive technologies as needed.”
Not that Liberal politics’ willingness to hassle journalists, Co-workers, and others close to the Internet mob‘s hit list is better: it’s become glorified cyber-bullying, not true activism like we saw with Martin Luther King and Susan B Anthony.
Cherie discusses how Alzheimer’s affected her dad and how difficult it was for her to see her dad deteriorate
The employee can get stress issues, psychological injury and PTSD. They go to Human resource to complain about the incidents and finds out later that human resource does little or nothing. Where does that leave the employee?
“Correctional is the story of a beleaguered man on the road to redemption, trying to set the record straight.”
discrimination facing the LGBTQ+ Community with health care, hospice, and nursing care facilities!
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