Autistic Voices WorldWide: From WTAF 60 Minutes Australia To Authentic Autistic Representation | October 14, 2021

Autistic & Divergent Voices: October 14, 2021 Autistic and Divergent voices worldwide: Here are just a few Autistic and Divergent voices, plus a few allies, as captured on October 14, 2021. 60 Minutes Australia Is WTAF? | October 2021 [TW: Very distressing, filicide, suicide, murder, eugenics, abuse, ableism, and more] Bypass and jump to next …

Disability Community Joint Letter on ICE Forced Sterilizations

  September 24, 2020 This document is available as a PDF here. September 24, 2020  The Honorable Chad F. Wolf Acting Secretary of Homeland Security Washington, DC 20528  Kenneth CuccinelliSenior Official Performing the Duties of the DirectorU.S. Citizenship and Immigration ServicesDepartment of Homeland Security20 Massachusetts Avenue, NWWashington, D.C. 20529 The Honorable Joseph V. Cuffari Inspector GeneralDepartment of Homeland Security 245 …

Disabled most likely to face housing discrimination, Manchester report finds | unionleader.com

MANCHESTER — Disabled people comprised the vast majority of housing discrimination complaints within the city over the last seven years, according to a city-written report that addresses several fair housing issues. Almost half of the 146 discrimination cases involving Manchester landlords — 68 — involved people with a mental disability. Another 45 cases involved people …

Disabled people could become ‘even more isolated’ as lockdown eases | Express & Star

Many of the social-distancing measures introduced are leaving people with disabilities feeling anxious – and potentially choosing to stay home.   Disabled people are at risk of becoming “even more isolated” as the world implements the social-distancing measures needed to open up parts of the economy. New guidelines coming into force on Saturday mean pubs, …

23 percent of councils report disabled people waiting two years or more for vital home adaptations, new research shows – AT Today – Assistive Technology

Disabled people are facing long waits for vital adaptations to make their homes more accessible, according to new research by Leonard Cheshire. The findings are based on Freedom of Information responses from 180 councils about Disabled Facilities Grants in England from 2015-2019. A previous Leonard Cheshire investigation, ‘The Long Wait for a Home’, covering 2011-15, …