Addressing Ableism Cuddlist Series- Invisible Disabilities

The third article in my weekly series for Cuddlist on Disability & Chronic Illness: Addressing Ableism. Check out the post here on Facebook! Contents also copied below.   Today I want to talk a bit about invisible disabilities. You may be wondering, what is an invisible disability? The Invisible Disabilities Association defines it as “a … Continue reading Addressing Ableism Cuddlist Series- Invisible Disabilities

Addressing Ableism Cuddlist Series: Ableism and Accessibility

The second article in my weekly series for Cuddlist on Disability & Chronic Illness: Addressing Ableism. Check out the post here on Facebook! Contents also copied below.   Hi Cuddlist Community, Today I wanted to start unpacking the concepts of ableism and accessibility. For people who have never experienced disability or having a chronic illness … Continue reading Addressing Ableism Cuddlist Series: Ableism and Accessibility

My new series on Addressing Ableism for Cuddlist – Article #1

This is the first article in a weekly series I've been invited to do for Cuddlist. I'll be sharing information every Tuesday about chronic illnesses, disabilities, and addressing ableism to better serve clients and have a greater understanding of these topics. Check out the post here on Facebook! Contents also copied below.   Hello Cuddlists … Continue reading My new series on Addressing Ableism for Cuddlist – Article #1

An amazing video from fellow Cuddlist Janet Trevino

In this video "Cuddlist Chronicles: Feeling Worthy to Receive Touch, Feedback from a Woman", fellow Cuddlist Janet Trevino shares notes from a female client she worked with and speaks so eloquently and emotionally openly as to the value of this work - the need for this work. In particular, this video addresses the importance of … Continue reading An amazing video from fellow Cuddlist Janet Trevino