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By Tiffiny Carlson
Over the years I have gleaned simple fashion tips for wheelchair users that can lift even the dowdiest dresser out of her puddle of misery. To see more photos of these wheelchair fashion tips in action, follow “The Wheelchair Mommy” Priscilla Hedlin’s Stylish Gimp blog and her Pinterest board. (all photos feature Priscilla Hedlin)
Granbury, TX February 9, 2017 – Accessible Granbury is pleased to announce construction of their new website, AccessibleGranburyTx.com, is complete! The website is for individuals with mobility issues and their families, and rates venues for accessibility in Granbury on a five star rating system.
Can a woman in a wheelchair look sexy?
You bet she can, says the founders of The Raw Beauty Project, This organization invites people to question their perceptions of disability by showcasing portraits of physically challenged females who are nonetheless powerful, sensual, and gorgeous. The founders believe the beauty of a woman is how she feels inside, which in turn radiates on the outside.
I’ve witnessed some pretty interesting social blunders since my mom began using a wheelchair. I generally let them slide because most people really do mean well. They may feel uncomfortable and unsure of how to act.
Pity fosters negativity. The truth is, alot of us with a disability have great potential. Please try to focus on our strengths and gifts, not our limitations. Don’t exclude us because you are afraid we will not be able to keep up or participate in what you are doing.