Ann is fifty-seven years old, lives in central Missouri and prefers remaining anonymous. She has multiple chemical sensitivity syndrome (MCSS), which the National Institute of Environmental Health Science defines as
Grace Hanusin is a certified occupational therapy assistant from Niagara Falls, New York. She reads this column in the Niagara Wheatfield Tribune. Though not personally having a disability, she did teach school children with disabilities for seventeen years.
Glenn Ferrell of Boise, Idaho, has plenty of experience on how disability affects families. His fourth child, Noah, was born with Down Syndrome, and his first wife, Barbara, died from Huntington's disease.
Occasionally, I feature famous people. Although likely not recognizing the name of Flip Schulke of West Palm Beach, Florida, you certainly would recognize his photographs. He is one of America's greatest photographers.
Tina has been a mother of two children with rare disabilities, and prefers anonymity to protect her children's identities. Living near Phoenix, Arizona, she reads Disabilities in The Desert Advocate.