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Nearly 3 Decades of the ADA Has Progress Been Made
Daughter fights for healthcare accessibility for her visually impaired motherHer mother was blind for as long as she remembers. She can recall times from her childhood when her mother was not given equal access. The Americans with Disabilities Act has changed that. Or has it?  Her mother's most recent hospital stay left this daughter scratching her head and searching for answers. Learn more a daughter's fight to ensure that her blind mother received access to the same services as everyone else. 

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"Denied, Delayed, Discriminated: My Mother’s Healthcare Experience as a Person with Blindness"
Posted in Advocacy for Vision Impaired, Living Blind, Personal Stories | View Post