Do you have wheelchair-bound readers?
Since I offer blogging tips, my readers are bloggers. Often, years pass after our connection has been established when I discover my reader is disabled.
I’ve had readers who are blind, victims of strokes, and wheelchair-bound.
Like the rest of us, many wheelchair-bound bloggers must maintain their responsibilities to their families, their blogs, their jobs, all while trying to cope with frustrations that disabled people must deal with on a day-to-day basis.
Discrimination toward disabled people is called “ableism.”
Today’s guest author offers ableism examples as well as insights into what wheelchair-bound individuals experience.
Make sure you stay until the end of the post which features a wheel-chair bound blogger and her reaction to the ableism she experiences.