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White graphic with a logo for healthline.com on the left, a large black circle with a white ‘h’ in the center. On the right, a portrait by Mike Mort featuring an Asian American woman with black hair, red lips, and red headphones over her head. She is wearing a Bi-Pap mask that covers her nose and attached to a gray tube. She is also wearing a pair of purple sunglasses. In the lower right-hand corner, “Portrait by @MikeEMort”

Disability Visibility: A Healthline.com Column

 

Hello there! I’m Alice Wong, your friendly neighborhood disabled person. Got a question about being disabled or specific issues such as healthcare advocacy, personal assistance services, and disability identity, culture, and rights? I’m no expert, but I’ll do my best to provide some advice and information. Check out the details below about my advice column for for Healthline and drop me a line!

Submit a Question

Email Alice at DisabilityVisibilityProject@gmail.com with a question no longer than 100 words. Add “Column” in the subject line of your email. Include the following in your message:

-Your name or pseudonym (examples: Annie C., Drowning in Paperwork, Sick and Tired of Being Tired)

-City and state (and country for folks outside the US)

-Twitter or Instagram handles if you have them (optional)

 

For Your Information

– Sending a question does not guarantee a response from Alice.

– You will be contacted by email if your question will be featured in the Healthline column once it is published.

– For obvious reasons, Alice cannot provide specific medical, legal, or financial advice.

For More

Check out the About section of the Disability Visibility Project website.

You can also find Alice on Twitter: @SFdirewolf @DisVisibility and Instagram: @Disability_Visibility

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