Day 17 of 30 Days of MD is about school and muscular dystrophy! Check out Melissa’s story here and follow us on Instagram @MDNewsToday!
Were you disabled with your MD in elementary, middle, high school, or university? What steps did you take to be included and educate others about your specific disability? Did you find that you and your family had to fight for certain services or accommodations?
In high school, I had extra books for each class, but the school didn’t always provide them. My parents had to pay extra at times for double books. I don’t think that is fair, but nowadays, everything is online, so maybe it is easier for students nowadays.
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