Wheelchair Laptop Cases
Using a wheelchair can be difficult at first, both mentally and physically. However, just because you're handicapped, it doesn't mean you're any less capable than anyone else. Stay strong, and keep fighting. That wheelchair can't keep you down!
Tags: disabled-vet, handicapped-veteran, handicapped-vet, disabled-athlete, wheelchairdontcare
Just because an injury or some other life circumstance has left you in a wheelchair doesn't mean you can't be strong. You are still the same strong-willed person that you've always been. You don't need the use of your legs, because you don't run away from anything!
Tags: handicap, quadriplegic, paraplegic, handicapped, paralysis
Much of the abled community views stories of disabled folk as inspirational, and that we deserve sympathy and pity for our disabilities. And I, as well as many other disabled people, are sick of it. This t-shirt is for all the disabled folk who believe that they are not the abled community's mascot for making themselves feel better/giving themselves a pat on the back. We are disabled. But we are not inspiration. We are humans, not objects to marvel at. (If you're interested, you can find out more at the twitter hashtag #notyourinspiration.)
Tags: accessibility, disabilities, disabled, disability-activism, disability-awareness
Communicate loud and clear: disabled people deserve access to the same spaces and opportunities that abled people enjoy. Design description: A large white graphic with four segments showing the following access symbols; - a person propelling wheelchair - hands signing ASL - an outline of a human head with a brain to symbolize invisible illness & nerodiversity - a symbol showing a person with a cane in one hand and a service dog harness in the other. Underneath the four symbols are the words "Accessibility Matters".
Tags: autistic, mental-illness, blind, service-dog, autism