The move to wordpress.com has happened. A little faster than I was prepared for as I didn’t get the last few days of comments archived. LeftBrainRightBrain.co.uk points to lbrbblog.wordpress.com (at least for me) now. Links to old posts seem to be working. We’ve lost Kev’s beautiful design, but we still have his words archived. Let me know what problems you see with the transition. But with luck we will just be moving forward as usual.
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As noted in yesterday’s article, we here in California are working to gain back some of the lost ground in services for the developmentally disabled. If you follow the link and spend literally 2 minutes or less, you can send the message below to your legislators. You can also take more time and modify the […]
The Arc and United Cerebral Palsy California Collaboration urges you to join the Lanterman Coalition’s efforts to save the community services system.
While I’ve been taking a break, a major legislative effort has been going on in California: an effort to bring funding back to the system here that supports people with developmental disabilities. Below is a letter from The ARC of California and United Cerebral Palsy about the efforts to improve services. If you don’t have […]
As some of you may know from other writers online, lilady, frequent commenter here at Left Brain/Right Brain, has passed away. She’s known online now largely for her efforts combating misinformation about disability and also vaccines. But her best work was in advocating for her son, who had very significant disability. From her last comment […]
In the world of vaccine antagonistic groups and the fake-medical approach to “treating” autism (how can you “treat” anything with fake medicine like MMS?) we hear a lot about the lack of freedom and how we are in some sort of a police state. Anyone who openly counters the misinformation is likely to be branded […]
Robert “Dr. Bob” Sears is advertising himself again on the TacaNow blog. He’s telling us all about how he was an early adopter on biomed approaches to autism and how it’s all about listening to the parents. He tells us about how it all started with a parent asking for a prescription for an antifungal. […]
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