A bad experience with medication can leave lasting trauma and close us off to truly helpful and positive use later, writes Ashley Waite.
As an autistic, mentally ill, transgender person with disability, Pippin Latham shares some experiences receiving medical care in hospital.
Musician and writer, Heidi Everett, shares her experiences of psychotropic medications and hospital admission.
Interacting with people when a person has COVID-19 may become unavoidable if there’s no alternative arrangements. For many people with disability, isolation is not an option, writes Claudia Forsberg.
There is an aversion of gaze, amongst even the most socially aware able-bodied journalists, concerning the discrimination people with disability live with every day writes Kate Hood.
As a proud member of the deaf community, Charbel Zada shares his frustration with some government policies that negatively impact people with disability.
As someone at high-risk of dying from the virus (aka ‘high-risker’), I’m over here fighting for my rights to information, healthcare, supplies and to have a say, writes Carlie Park.
For many people with disability, hospitals are already traumatic places where we are spoken over, invalidated and dehumanised, writes Vanamali Hermans.