57 minutes | Sep 10th 2020

Episode 207 - "No one believed I could do both" - A chat with disabled intersectional birth worker Amy Miller

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In this episode of Disability After Dark, I sit down with Intersectional Birth Worker, Amy Miller. We have a really fascinating chat about what being both a disabled parent and a disabled birth worker are like. She shares that people and doctors said she should terminate her pregnancy and how ableist that was. She shares how her disability impacted her career path, and how caring for her son is different as a disabled woman & all the extra pressure she feels to be a perfect disabled mom. Lots to unpack here! Enjoy!

You can follow Amy on Instagram at: www.instagram.com/rollingthroughmotherhood and at her website: www.amymillerdoula.com

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