Service Dog

Service Dogs: From Nose to Tail

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I got my first service dog the summer before starting college. I didn’t want to be on a big college campus alone. My thought at the time was, “I’ll get a guide dog. That way, even if I get lost, at least I won’t be lost alone.” Read more

Theresa Moore

Independence Under Fire

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Theresa Moore has a mantra when it comes to living with a disability.

“I’m still here,” she said recently. “I’m still here.”

Theresa, 47, was diagnosed with diabetes when she was just 14. Read more

Anna Corbitt

Growing Up with a Disability

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I imagine when I meet new people, they often wonder about my childhood. Maybe they do. I can’t climb into their brains and find out, but some people have asked what it was like having a disability and being a child. Read more

Suzette and Brother

Multiple Sclerosis Doesn’t Deter Military Service

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The time has come again to say goodbye to my brother, James, as he readies himself for his second deployment with his Army Reserve unit out of Ohio. My brother is so special to me — he’s selfless, brave and has the best morals any American would hope for in a soldier. Read more