Articles by Jessica Rogers

How a $3 Bracelet Became a $500 Donation for

Posted on March 14, 2015

Jessica Rogers discusses the power and purpose of the awareness bracelet, showing how such an seemingly little thing can help build awareness and support of our organization. More…

The 5K Fundraiser and May 16 Meet Up—and Beyond

Posted on March 14, 2015

What would do with a million dollars? Well, just look around at many of the other organizations that have a million dollar or more budget. They distribute publications, fund research, host conferences, create public awareness media, provide scholarships, and so much more. Our first 5K fundraiser will not raise a million dollars, but […] More…

Accommodations at School for Wheelchair Users: One Student’s Experiences

Posted on November 15, 2013

What is it like to be a student who uses a wheelchair? Schools are required to provide accommodations so students with disabilities can participate in and access the educational environment. When it comes to receiving assistance and accommodations at school, I am a fan of the phrase “less is more.” I have learned a lot from having to think about obstacles and come up with creative solutions. The process of encountering barriers and navigating around them or resolving them is something I expect will be part of my life as an adult, so I think school is a good place to learn these skills. More…

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