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EBreedlove

Fayetteville, Georgia
I'm Erin, a college student and an undergraduate music therapy major. I also have cerebral palsy and hydrocephalus, and I aspire to attend medical school upon graduation. In medical school, I hope to specialize and complete a residency in Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. It is my hope that... Full Bio
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...and we sing so long... by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As you may have noticed, things have gotten a little quiet around here lately. And there's a reason for it. For reasons beyond my control at this point, I have had to ... Read on »
12 Days of Giving: Day One by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Even though I'm late, I'll participate until Christmas. Day One (Friday): Today, I bought a friend lunch who was bring me home from school for the month, and tho ... Read on »
31 for 21: Day One (Sort of) by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities October, Disability Awareness Month and Down Syndrome Awareness Month, is a very important time of year for me here at Empower People. By taking on the 31 ... Read on »
A Day In The Life Of A Freshman College Student by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities In college, I find myself studying in bits and pieces. There are no huge marathons yet, but I know that there probably will be. If you read a few pages at a time, thing ... Read on »
A Huge Thank You by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Remember when I told you about Brave Hero's surgery? That sweet little Brave Hero that he is (and his momthe beautiful Tammy) are featuring me today over at Praying for Pa ... Read on »
A Letter To Expess My Current Feelings...and a plug by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Because I don't have time for a specific blog post (but there are more in the queue for the weekend) at the momentI will leave you with a letter. Names have been changed t ... Read on »
A Sense of Community by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities You'll notice (right over there in the lefthand sidebar) that there is now a community for you to participate in so that you can interact with the others that read t ... Read on »
A Word From Ellen...and Max by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Today's guest post is written by Ellen, author of the hilariously funny special needs parenting blog To The Max. Max is a seven-year-old boy with cerebral palsy who is mad ... Read on »
A Year's End by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities The year 2009 is rapidly coming to a close, but I couldn't have had a more exciting, life-changing year. Oh? What's that you say? Yes, it's my 100th blog post today! ... Read on »
About Me by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As many individuals with disabilities find, it is often difficult to discover a niche in this modern society that labels people as if they are soup cans or some su ... Read on »
Adoption: Why It's My Heart by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I just had the privilege of exchanging an e-mail with Ellen, a mother bringing her daughter, Nina, a beautiful little girl with cerebral palsy, home from Ukraine in the n ... Read on »
Alternative Media Access Center: Student Advisory Council by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This weekend, I went to a meeting of the Alternative Media Access Center's Student Advisory Council. You may remember me mentioning my interview this summer, and it is ... Read on »
Apologies, Apologies, and a Little Amazing Excitement by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I apologize for my lack of posts this weekend. I'm busy trying to enjoy my time off this week while I'm not in school. Heading back on Saturday will be a wonderful thingas ... Read on »
Ashley: The Pipecleaner Dreamer by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Ever since my venture into the blogging world some five years ago over on LiveJournal, I have always been fascinated by those blogs written by parents of "sp ... Read on »
Atlanta: ADA Awareness ASAP by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities You know, to have as many resources as the city of Atlanta does, it doesn't really surprise me that the city is in violation of the ADA. I have always said that the ci ... Read on »
Awareness of All Abilities by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities This weekend, we celebrated two days of awareness. And every day, we celebrate awareness. Because remember, I AM ME! Happy Cerebral Palsy Awareness Day! March 20, ... Read on »
Becoming an Educator with a Disability by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities Dan Dage, one of my favorite bloggers of all time, has one of the very first blogs I ever read over at The Life That Chose Me, I sent him an e-mail about a week ago as ... Read on »
Blogging Against Disabilism: ADA Day by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities I actually wrote this piece in honor of “Blogging Against Disabilism” Day that was May 1st of this year. BADD is hosted over at Diary of a Goldfish. “Disabilism” is de ... Read on »
Blogging Benefits by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities When I started this blog, I didn't realize what a community sense there is among those who blog, especially those who blog about children and other individuals affected ... Read on »
Bloggy Button Made Over! by EBreedlove Posted in: Blog Posts in Physical & Mental Disabilities As you can see, over on the sidebar, I now have a button! Feel free to grab it and use it wherever you like, and let me know you grabbed it! I went through the awesom ... Read on »