Author debuts 15th title, addressing navigating life with disabilities

(1888PressRelease) Tracee Garner writes what she has lived, a rare, bold voice in the disability community pens new nonfiction title to uplift, encourage but also offer very candid advice about living with a chronic, neuromuscular disease and putting up with so much to live a life of quality in an inaccessible world that has a hard time supporting people with disabilities and accommodating our many unique needs.

Washington, DC-MD-VA-WV – Sterling, VA Tracee Lydia Garner, a Virginia native, and award-winning author debuts her fifteenth title, Disability: An Anecdotal Field Guide for the Rest of Us.

Dealing with her share of adversity, Garner, who has Muscular Dystrophy, transposes everyday struggles through her characters that ultimately triumph. “This book is,” Garner says, “for people with disabilities, self-advocates (youth, young adults, newly disabled) navigating complex services and community, while confronting attitudinal barriers, inaccessibility that impedes our progress.”

“…Many parents could use the ideas and advice as they work to understand best practices for their child and realize that their child, too, could feel a sense of empowerment when encouraged. 10

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