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The Center for Dignity in Healthcare for People with Disabilities invites your blog submissions.

General Submission Guidelines

  • We are looking for submissions about healthcare inequities faced by people with disabilities and proposed solutions to make healthcare more equitable. We want posts that will educate, inform, empower, and challenge people to think in new ways.
  • We are open for submissions year-round.
  • Guest blog posts are usually between 500 and 1,000 words. Please include a short bio and a photograph with your submission.
  • The Center for Dignity team may work with you to edit your blog. Our publication schedule varies. Please allow at least one week between submission and proposed publication date.
  • Authors and photographers have rights. Please credit others’ work in your submission and cite our blog if you republish.
  • Following publication, we will share your blog post via Facebook, Twitter, and our newsletter.

Accessibility

We are committed to accessibility. Please use alt-text and captions for images. Do your best to write in plain-language. We will only post videos that are captioned.

How to Submit

Send your 500-to 100-word posts with a suggested title wo [email protected]. Include a brief bio, picture with image description, and social media accounts that you’d like to share.

Steps to Develop a Disability Advocacy Response to Vaccine Roll-Out Plans

family photo of Stephanie Meredith and her husband and 3 children
Stephanie Meredith is the author and co-author of multiple resources for new and expectant parents who receive a diagnosis of Down syndrome or other genetic disabilities. Ms. Meredith leads the Center for Dignity’s Prenatal Diagnosis Subcommittee. Ms. Meredith shares her advocacy letter to Georgia state leadership as an example for other advocates who would like to ensure people with intellectual and developmental disabilities have equitable access to vaccines.
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