San Diego State Disable Student Services

 

I had to go to SDSU today for my taxes. I am sick and detoxing from my health and surgery. Talk about double duty and not feeling well. Everyone helping with my taxes at the Love Library was super compassionate towards me not feeling well and having to assist me with help.

 

I found a great parking spot off Hardy ave. then had to walk through the center of SDSU to the Love Library for my taxes. As I am trying to fill out papers my mind is struggling to focus as I was shaking. I manage to hold myself up barely. Before I go, I inquired about help getting to my car because the stabbing pain in my stomach was more than I could bare.

 

I call the campus security they don’t help people to cars unless night time. I inquire about other options as I am disabled and they gave me the number to Disabled Services. I call and got a very unkind woman / receptionist I presume.

 

I said I am disabled person on campus and need a ride to my car because I am struggling with my health. She says, “We don’t drive people to their cars” I said, “I just need to get close enough to get to my car.” She then hits me with, “How did you get their!?” I am thinking “Really, who talks to a disabled person like this?” A few long minutes go by and see a van go by. I  called back thought they missed me. Called again as I could hardly stand or sit, so then the Disabled Service receptionist scolded me on the phone for calling back.

 

The two men who picked me up in a cart where kind and got me to the very edge of campus grounds and I could see me car….

 

San Diego State Disabled Services will be getting a call on Monday from The Hayliegh Project regarding the hostile treatment towards me as a disabled person. Thoughts what about the other disabled people who call and need help. What about compassion and empathy for people who are disabled?

 

People’s behavior are not a reflection me it is a reflection of themselves. Problem the reflection wounded a hurt woman today and that was me. .

 

I don’t need to hear, “She may have had a bad day” I had a horrific day and didn’t miss treat anyone for my health issues.

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6 Responses to “San Diego State Disable Student Services”

  1. Elle Sims Says:

    I’m sorry you had to go through this.

  2. Elle Sims Says:

    Nope, just came across your blog while looking for other fibromyalgia sufferers.

    • hiddendisabilities Says:

      Thank you for commenting. I need to post some new things just been so ill and struggling to think….Do you struggle thinking? How long have you been sick?

      • Elle Sims Says:

        I struggle occasionally with thinking when I let myself get worn out and sometimes from too much noise or bright light. More often I forget words or need others to repeat themselves. I have had fibromyalgia since I was about eleven… Thirty-three years now, but I have had bouts of good health during that time too.

  3. hiddendisabilities Says:

    Elle, Sorry you have been sick for so long it is a painful and lonely disease with exception to the world wide web…..It has given me my life back. I am not able to work do to the CFID disease can you ?

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