I have enjoyed your paper alot over the past year. I shared it with some of our PTs to show them what political activism can be. I am now passing it along to our new group that is trying to start a center for independent living. If you have any good insights on how to get this kind of organization going – send me a letter.
Good luck for another successful year of ACCESS PRESS!
Traverse City, MI
(Readers: Any suggestions for our neighbors in Michigan, please contact ACCESS PRESS).
I have been reading your publication for several months and find it very interesting. One suggestion – how about some articles/information for people with “unseen” disabilities, such as heart condition, lupus, (small) strokes? Disabilities that are not readily visible to others, but are still physically limiting – at least some days. Also, since a person with this sort of condition looks “normal” they may not be perceived as disabled, even by people who have been informed of the condition.
Keep up the good work!
I want to commend you on this publication! The articles are the only ones that are printed with facts and not distorted politically!