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As people with learning differences and mental health challenges we are often implicitly or explicitly taught to overcome our disabilities. Try harder, push through, fix and succeed despite our challenges. These messages of normalization can cause us to develop shame, feel like we want to hide our identities and even decrease likelihood of success and increase mental health challenges.
In this first ever LIVE Voices Of Compassion Podcast episode, we speak with alumni of the National Center for Learning Disabilities Young Adult Leadership Council, Misha Nicholas, Rachelle Johnson and Stevie Mays about how they have learned to embrace their learning differences as a proud part of their identity instead of a deficiency to overcome.
Join us for this live recorded podcast to understand why the language and philosophy in which you define and navigate your disability matters and what you can do as student, educator or parent to embrace the value of disability.
Presented by CHC’s Voices of Compassion Podcast in partnership with the National Center for Learning Disabilities
Sponsored by Schwab Learning Center at CHC