Published: 03rd December 2018
Disability Day: 5 Instagram accounts of diffabled peeps you need to follow!
This International Day of Persons with Disability, we pick five Instagrammers for you who are beating their disability with their posts
Check out these profiles
Disabled Beauties @disabled.beauties
With more than 13,000 followers, this page is run by an Australian woman suffering from Spina Bifida, who doesn't wish to be named, with an aim to empower disabled women all over the world. If you're a model who is disabled, this page is definitely your road to fame. DM your photographs and tell the admin a little about you, your disability, the photo's location and your favourite quote to get featured here. Who knows, you might even be their model of the month!
Had the drug spinraza been invented a few years ago, Sophie wouldn't have had to restrict her life in a wheelchair. A teenager who suffers from Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA), a genetic condition that restricts muscle movements, Sophie regularly posts on her Instagram handle to spread awareness and sensitise people.
Wheelchair Traveling @wheelchairtraveling
Is disability coming between you and your travel bucket list? Maybe all you need is some motivation. This disabled travel blogger Ashley Lyn Olson offers you tips and tricks to make your trips more fun. Also, if she can go around the world, why can't you?
Alex Dacy @wheelchair_rapunzel
Her super long shiny, straight, blonde hair would put the real Rapunzel to shame. An Instagrammer with more than 11,000 followers, this SMA survivor is also an entrepreneur who makes clothes under the brand name WheelchairRapunzel&Co.
Krupa Lodhiya @krupa_lodhiya_official
An actor, model, dancer and a motivational speaker, Krupa Lodhiya is India's first wheelchair dancer. An India’s Got Talent contestant from Porbandar, her Insta feed can surely give you the daily dose of motivation that you need