Cynthia Johnson-Oliver

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Can women with illnesses or disabilities be moms? YES! Many give birth and others adopt. In SHOULD I HAVE A BABY IF I AM CHRONICALLY ILL #lisacopen shares some myths and statistics about being an ill or disabled mom plus 400 questions to ask yourself, your spouse and your medical team. Amazon $2.99 #illness #pregnancy #disability

Should I Have a Baby if I am Chronically Ill? The Ultimate Guide of Questions to Ask Yourself, Your Spouse, and Your Medical Team

happy group of people on a walk; two adult men, a school-aged girl in a wheelchair, and a toddler.

Having a disability does not keep a woman from being a capable, loving parent. Mothers with disabilities face the same challenges of raising children as all parents.

Photo: A mother sits in a wheelchair  smiling, with a small boy facing her, in her lap.  On her right side is  her husband sitting in a chair.  His left arm is over her wheelchair.   In his right arm he is holding a baby in a sort of standing position.

Photo: A mother sits in a wheelchair smiling, with a small boy facing her, in her lap. On her right side is her husband sitting in a chair. His left arm is over her wheelchair. In his right arm he is holding a baby in a sort of standing position.

Diana and Trish

If you are a parent with a disability, a person with a disability who is planning to become a parent, or a nondisabled partner of a disabled parent, this site is for you.

Malka and Avraham demonstrate their wheelchair infant-toddler carrier.

This website offers support and tips for parents with disabilities, people with a disability who is planning to become a parent, or a nondisabled partner of a disabled parent. People with disabilities have the right to be parents just like anyone else.

ADAPT: Welcome to ADAPT!

ADAPT is a national grass-roots community that organizes disability rights activists to engage in nonviolent direct action, including civil disobedience, to assure the civil and human rights of people with disabilities to live in freedom.

Disability Rights

Deaf Rights - What to Do When Dealing with the Police

Loving God, help us to discern our path toward justice, and give us the courage to walk it boldly and with faith. Amen. #MarchForth

Loving God, help us to discern our path toward justice, and give us the courage to walk it boldly and with faith.