“I am thrilled that the DMRF Canada gave me the opportunity to participate in reviewing this guidebook. As a grade 12 student living with Generalized Dystonia, I can relevantly connect many aspects of this information back to my own school experience. The one thing that I wish I had realized sooner in my journey is that when you truly accept your diagnosis on a personal level, every other aspect of living with dystonia becomes easier to handle.” - Sarah Anderson, Teen Ambassador for DMRF Canada*.
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Council of Canadians with Disabilities: CCD is a national human rights organization of people with disabilities working for an accessible and inclusive Canada.