Looking for Feedback on Baby Care Equipment
Wednesday, 16 July 2014 09:37

Are you a parent or grandparent with a disability?  Through the Looking Glass would like to get your opinion on any commercially available equipment you're using or have used in the past that helped you care for your baby or young child.  Examples include strollers, front carriers, car seats, high chairs, bassinets, cribs, etc.  We are especially interested in finding out about equipment that was helpful for baby care because of your disability or medical condition.  

This is a very brief online survey -- only 10 questions.  The feedback survey is anonymous, but you can leave your name and contact information if you’d like to.  We will use the feedback we receive to develop suggestions for parents and grandparents who are trying to decide which babycare equipment to get. Please go to the following link to take the survey.


Disability Visibility Project
Wednesday, 09 July 2014 11:36

The Disability Visability Project: A Community Partnership with StoryCorps is a year-long grassroots campaign encouraging people with disabilities to record their stories at StoryCorps San Francisco.  The project celebrates the upcoming 25th anniversary of the ADA in 2015.  Each story session will last about 40 minutes, and you can schedule your appointment in San Francisco through the end of this year (2014).  You can tell your story with a friend, colleague or family member – or you can also go on own and be interviewed by one of their facilitators.  TLG especially encourages parents with disabilities and family members to consider lending their story since so often these voices are not heard from.  To find out more about how you can contribute your story and experiences, please see their website: http://disabilityvisibilityproject.com/how-to-participate/

Should a Mental Illness Mean You Should Lose Your Kid?
Monday, 02 June 2014 09:21

Pro Publica/The Daily Beast have co-published award winning investigative journalist Seth Freed-Wessler’s comprehensive article “Should a Mental Illness Mean  You Lose Your Kid?” on parents with psychiatric disabilities and the child welfare system. Ella Callow, Through the Looking Glass’ Legal Program Director contributed to this article on parents with psychiatric disabilities and the child welfare system.


Parents with psychiatric disabilities who are experiencing the “predictive neglect” legal concept discussed in the article, can contact Ella Callow at TLG for free technical assistance and referrals.

TLG Contributes to New Book on Disabled Mothers
Wednesday, 09 April 2014 15:16

TLG Staff Ella Callow, Jean Jacob and Paul Preston have contributed two chapters to a newly published book: Disabled Mothers: Stories and Scholarships by and about Mothers with Disabilities. Ella wrote the chapter “Misadventures & Motherhood in the American Courts” based on interviews during her technical assistance to mothers with disabilities involved in child custody situations. Jean and Paul wrote the chapter “Perspectives of their Young Adult Children” which is based on their current 8 year national study of young adults of parents with disabilities.

The book is available from the publisher (Demeter Press) and also through Amazon.com. The book is also available as an e-book. To order, go to Demeter Press’ distribution site: http://brunswickbooks.ca/Disabled-Mothers/ or Amazon’s book site: http://www.amazon.com/books-used-books-textbooks/b?node=283155

Donors to TLG's adaptive babycare equipment campaign
Wednesday, 21 May 2014 15:44

We would like to thank all those who donated to our Adaptive Babycare Equipment for Parents and Grandparents with Disabilities.


  • Nassif Rayess


  • Eric Rosenthal & Laurie Ahern


  • Robert, Joanne and Jamie Finn
  • Patricia Chadwick

In addition to these donors, we also received donations from several donors who prefer to remain anonymous. We appreciate all the support and contributions that will enable us to provide adaptive babycare equipment to more parents and grandparents with disabilities.


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