Diversability

Diversability is an award-winning social enterprise to rebrand disability through the power of community.

Diversability is an award-winning movement to rebrand disability through the power of community.

Meet Us at #USOW2018 in Los Angeles

We’re thrilled to be partnering with the United State of Women Summit to bring together 5,000 women, girls, and allies who are committed to finding solutions to gender inequity at the #USOW2018, with speakers such as Michelle Obama (Former First Lady of the United States), Tarana Burke (Founder of the 'me too.' Movement), Jane Fonda (Actor and Activist), and Dara Baldwin (Senior Public Policy Analyst, National Disability Rights Network).

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Defiance.

I remember my supervisor telling me one day, "The thing is, people don’t have awareness of their own mortality, but you do". It struck me, and I haven’t stopped thinking about this ever since.

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Shira Strongin: The sickest chick around

Typically a cliche saying, Disability Rights Advocate Shira Strongin completely embodies the phrase “one in a million”. A truly one in a million combination of gene mutations led to an avalanche of symptoms and diagnoses for Shira, whose conditions predominantly onset directly before her 10th birthday. Where many would balk at this statistical improbability, Shira has turned it into a motivator and a positive force in her life.

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Aditi Takes Over Diversability's Instagram

In case you missed it, we have been hosting a series of Instagram takeovers, featuring members of our community. Aditi just finished her takeover and took the time to answer a few more questions for us.

What is your name? Aditi Juneja

Where are you from? South Brunswick, NJ

Why did you choose to participate in your takeover? I am always looking for opportunities to get to know more people in the disability community.

What is something you wanted to share but didn’t get to during your takeover? I think I got to share what I wanted!

What does Diversability mean to you? Diversability means recognizing and celebrating all the different types of people with disabilities for exactly who we are!