Employed – but Underemployed?

Sign: Aren't putting skills to use

All of us know what unemployment is, and the issue of unemployment for people with disabilities is also a well known fact, one which is talked about often. People with disabilities frequently miss out on opportunities and are not hired  due to the ‘fear factor’ of disability and the perception that accommodating a person with … Read more

Hard word – hard disease

Painting by Paul Klee

Today is World Scleroderma Day, and on this day of June 29 1940, a talented Swiss-German Artist Paul Klee died of Scleroderma. Klee was diagnosed with Scleroderma in 1936, and with rapid advancement, sadly diffuse systemic sclerosis took away his last breath and his life.   Klee’s symptoms started with fatigue, a skin rash, shortness … Read more