Are there enough professional disabled actors?
Feb10

Are there enough professional disabled actors?

TV channels are publishing guidelines declaring the number of disabled characters they will put on screen, but are there enough disabled actors out there to play the parts?

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She Calls Her Rarely Seen Body Type ‘The Model Of The Future
Feb02

She Calls Her Rarely Seen Body Type ‘The Model Of The Future

Like many girls, she dreamed of becoming a pop star and a model, but the door was closed to her. Her body type was rarely seen in the media.

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Progress Made On Drug For Autism Symptoms
Sep20

Progress Made On Drug For Autism Symptoms

Here’s an interesting story that I just stumbled across. To quote the article directly, “An experimental drug that helps people who have Fragile X syndrome is raising hopes of a treatment for autism. The drug, called arbaclofen, made people with Fragile X less likely to avoid social interactions, according to a study in Science Translational Medicine. Researchers suspect it might do the same for people with autism.”...

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WATCH: Goodwill Ambassador Sir Roger Moore Advocates for the Rights of Children with Disabilities
Jun04

WATCH: Goodwill Ambassador Sir Roger Moore Advocates for the Rights of Children with Disabilities

UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador Sir Roger Moore advocates for the rights of children with disabilities.

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WATCH: “Glee” Co-Stars Lauren Potter and Jane Lynch in Not Acceptable R-word PSA
May25

WATCH: “Glee” Co-Stars Lauren Potter and Jane Lynch in Not Acceptable R-word PSA

“Not Acceptable” is a powerful and compelling 30 second television PSA to end the use of the R-word.

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