Please, Tell Your Kids About Your MS

My mom was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) roughly a year after I was born. She didn’t necessarily hide it, but I didn’t know about it until I was five or six. To be honest, we don’t remember how the topic came up, but she said I may have asked what her shots were for. … Continue reading Please, Tell Your Kids About Your MS

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I Had To Ask A Stranger For Help At The Gas Pump

First, let me start by extending a huge thank you to the woman who offered to pump my gas and try to get me assistance at the pump. As I left the house that day to run errands, I knew I would need to stop and fill my gas tank at some point. There's a … Continue reading I Had To Ask A Stranger For Help At The Gas Pump

What Helped Me Gain Confidence As A Deaf Student?

First, I'll give a little background on how I ended up as a cross registered student with Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) and the National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID). A few years back I found myself suffering from back to back ear infections, pain, vertigo and decreased hearing ability. Multiple tests were done … Continue reading What Helped Me Gain Confidence As A Deaf Student?