Abled society is obsessed with telling us what we can’t do, insisting that it’s somehow their “moral duty” to protect us from disappointment. Continue reading Robbing Neurodivergent Kids of Their Futures
Well, first I’ll tell you what it’s not.It’s not about generating a lot of work or “maximizing output”. That may be the origin of productivity as a concept in the industrial world, but these days that’s not really what we’re talking about. Even in the realm of personal productivity, it’s meaning has changed gradually over … Continue reading What is Disabled and Neurodivergent Productivity?
Happy New Year! This past year has been horrible on a global scale, but the way it has impacted communities and individuals has differed greatly. Some people have faced utter devastation while others have found professional and personal success. While the major factors here are differences in privilege that existed even before the pandemic began, … Continue reading December Review
We don’t have to power through everything that’s difficult. In fact, most things don’t have to be difficult at all. If we take a moment to step back and think about why something isn’t working, we’ll often find there’s a much easier way to do it. Continue reading Balance: Modular Systems
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