Tue, 28 Jul 2020 03:12:41 +00001]}I was interested by the Dr. who said how much harder she had to work to be recognized as a person of intellect and status.

As a person with a disability, I have experienced similar situations, from having to take 9 years to complete my Ph.D. because my committee didn’t feel I was “ready,” to the inability to find work for 5 years after earning my degree. A large part of that was the fear of losing my SSD & SSI, Medicaid status, etc. All of these depend quite a bit on not only the state where you live, but from county to county. I DO not intend to compare my struggles completely with hers, just noting the similarities. Looking forward to the next session!

Janine

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As a person with a disability, I have experienced similar situations, from having to take 9 years to complete my Ph.D. because my committee didn’t feel I was “ready,” to the inability to find work for 5 years after earning my degree. A large part of that was the fear of losing my SSD & SSI, Medicaid status, etc. All of these depend quite a bit on not only the state where you live, but from county to county. I DO not intend to compare my struggles completely with hers, just noting the similarities. Looking forward to the next session!

Janine
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