The Lost Voice Guy brings something completely different to the comedy scene. His cerebral palsy has left him with physical and verbal disabilities. He teaches us that we should focus on we and others are able to do and not dwell on things that we cannot do. He makes jokes about the situation he finds himself in and we laugh with him as he disbands stereotypes whilst allowing his audience to understand the difficulties he faces.
A brief explanation of the birth of the novel along with explanation and examples of narrative viewpoint.
Richard says: "I have aspergers syndrome and dyslexia so have kept my work to myself but my hope is to find a publisher that is disabled friendly.
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Within this section you will find short stories and poetry. DAO considers all contributions from disabled writers. This is where provide a brief analysis of the content. The box will expand to allow you to develop your points.
Brendan explains the myths and realities of Autism and urges us to understand the crucial difference between can't and won't. Brendan Metz came to Flint Hill...
The thesaurus might equate "disabled" with synonyms like "useless" and "mutilated," but ground-breaking runner Aimee Mullins is out to redefine the word. Defying these associations, she shows how adve