Medical Discrimination a Way of Life for People with Disabilities
A patient makes an appointment with a new doctor. Prior to his visit, he calls the office to confirm his appointment and mentions to the office staff that he uses a wheelchair. Suddenly, he’s told that the doctor is on vacation and that he’d receive a call to reschedule. That call never came. This sort of ghosting is a regular event for patients with disabilities….Read More
What’s In a Name?
After discovering that the guy who swept her off her feet at a ball is her family’s sworn enemy, Juliet boldly tells Romeo, “What’s in a name? That which we call a rose by any other name would smell as sweet.” She adores Romeo for who he is, not what he’s called. Learning his last name doesn’t change her feelings for Romeo, just as changing…Read More