Jamie-Lee Dwyer is a 27-year-old freelance writer out of Queensland. She has studied and received a bachelor of journalism with first-class honors from Griffith University. In between doing the odd freelance writing job she is writing a fiction book about disability.
Throughout history, fear of the abnormal has been deeply ingrained in the human psyche. Disability as a supernatural punishment In ancient times, impairment was believed to be the result of ... Read more
Disability can be an isolating experience, depending on its severity and a person’s willingness to look past it. Of course it’s incredibly isolating. Every single disabled experience is unique, and ... Read more