The Patient's Voice

Welcome to DPC's blog where you have the ability to share your thoughts and interact with others from the kidney community and beyond. It is a place of genuine connection as well as advocacy and support. Your voice and your stories are more powerful than any statistic or study.
By Devon Osborne, DPC Board Member and Patient Ambassador
February 2, 2015
 

Back a couple years ago, I had to sue my employer through the EEOC  (Equal Employment Opportunity Commission) for violating my rights under the Americans with Disabilities ACT.   Below is some of my experience doing that.

In light of the recent posts and comments here and elsewhere, I figured it was time to post about the process I went through with the EEOC and getting my case filed and accepted.

Seasons come and go and cold winds blow. Holiday Greetings!

Well, I would never have made it as a Hallmark card bard.

By Jack Reynolds, DPC Board Member and Patient Ambassador
November 22, 2014

My Grandma Mae lived to be 96 and she had a saying, “One has to learn how to suffer." I think what she really meant was that a person must learn how to handle or manage their suffering whether it be physical, mental, or emotional.

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