Journaling, or the act of writing a thoughtful reflection about your life, can transport you from vague discomfort to connectedness in a matter of minutes.
In honor of Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Month, Carlos Garner shares his story.
“I end up moving in June of 2017 and it has been a tremendous blessing, especially financially.”
Dr. Ali Carter, host of Independence Now’s “Facing COVID Now” series, shares valuable insights on the importance and evolution of self-care for individuals with disabilities.
Join Independence Now throughout the month for tips on how to prioritize your #selfcare.
Peer Counseling is support from people with shared life experience, in our case, people with disabilities serve as counselors for others with disabilities.
Independence Now recognizes the unique struggles that racial and ethnic minority communities face regarding mental illness in the United States.
As members of NCIL, Independence Now attends visits with our Federal Elected Officials to educate them on areas of significance for the disability community.
Independence Now Founder, Cathy Raggio, reflects on the day the Americans with Disabilities Act was signed in 1990.
The Independence Now team looks back at 2020 and lists all the new ideas that were implemented – and what a list it is!