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Top 10 TikTok Activists Fighting for Change

Top 10 TikTok Activists Fighting for Change

Check out how these TikTok activists use their platform to break disability stigma and fight for change!

 

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Megan McHugh Director, Student Activities Megan McHugh
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Hulu Launches a New Disability Representation Collection

Hulu Launches a New Disability Representation Collection

Last week Hulu launched a new disability representation collection with 34 tv shows & films celebrating disability representation. Learn more about the collection here. Don’t have a subscription? No problem, Hulu offers a free trial!

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Mental Health Tips During the 2020 Holiday Season

Mental Health Tips During the 2020 Holiday Season

The holiday season is often a time for social activities, shopping and gift-giving, and quality time with loved ones. However, this year COVID-19 threatens to make these activities more difficult. Safely socializing can be overwhelming, especially in 2020. Check out

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Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for the LD/ADHD Community

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Resources for the LD/ADHD Community

Check out this Eye to Eye article of compiled information that may be useful to educators, students, parents, and supporters during this time.

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COVID-19 Resources for Students During the 2020-2021 ​Academic Year

COVID-19 Resources for Students During the 2020-2021 ​Academic Year

Check out the National Center for College Students with Disabilities Clearinghouse resource page for COVID-19 related resources.

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Emotional Well-Being and Coping During COVID-19

Emotional Well-Being and Coping During COVID-19

Check out this Weill Institute for Neurosciences article for tips to coping and keeping your emotional well-being in check during the pandemic.

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Megan McHugh Director, Student Activities Megan McHugh
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