After a life she describes filled with a "tankload of trauma," Suswati Basu exceeded all expectations. She became a journalist. Later, an intelligence officer, and a fierce victim's advocate.
But then, her mental health took a turn. Years after that, she became physically disabled.
You will learn:
*The wildly different responses support systems too often afford those experiencing mental and physical disabilities.
* The social model of disabilities and the role of recovery colleges.
*How the myth of the inspirational disabled person is another form of discrimination.
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