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      Leah Leilani
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      For most, moving out of their parent’s home to live on their own is a normal coming of age step. It may be an inconvenience to pay their own bills and have full responsibility for their place of living but for people with disabilities, living independently can be daunting when you must also manage your own healthcare, caregivers, and on top of all that, afford such a lifestyle on disability income.

      I have thought long and hard about finding my own place with my boyfriend but I can’t help but feel scared about moving away from my parents who are and always have been, my main and only caregivers.

      Transitioning to living independently does come with its challenges but that doesn’t mean it’s impossible as Hawken proves in his latest column “How I’m Living on My Own With Duchenne.”

      Read more about his experience by clicking here.

      Do you live on your own, with a roommate or your partner? What are some of the pros and cons that you’ve dealt with along the way? Has it gotten progressively easier or harder to live independently?

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