Ep. 101: Tiffany’s Story | T18 + Advocating for Her Daughter’s Right to Live
When Tiffany was told her unborn daughter was “incompatible with life” because of her trisomy 18 diagnosis, she was immediately pressured to terminate. After deciding to continue her pregnancy, Aiyana was born alive—beating the odds.
Ep. 100: Raising Awareness | Disabled People (+ Their Parents) Do Not Owe Society Anything
So often, we feel that as parents, we need to be raising awareness about issues relating to disability. Maybe we’re sharing our lives on social media in an effort to show that our child really isn’t that different from the next and deserves inclusion.
Ep. 99: Family Planning When You Have a Medically-Complex Child w/ Amanda Griffith-Atkins LMFT + 13 Special Guests
When you have a child with a medical complexity or disability, so many things get flipped on their head. And one of those things is family planning. Something that may have seemed relatively simple and straightforward becomes muddled and complicated.
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Co-created, with love, by Madeline Cheney and Alyssa Reidhead, RN.
68: Dipping My Toes into Educational Advocacy