I took another look at the Reframed article I wrote for NEW MOBILITY in January 2020 where I talked about the prospect of change this year. Although the events that unfolded since then were not what I envisioned, I do see them as a catalyst for change. Our community has been faced with further isolation from a pandemic, struggles with in-home supports, and fear around the seemingly easy decision to go to a hospital or clinic for needed medical care. Those fears have been further complicated by racism, political divides, and difficult decisions about schools and workplaces reopening. It has taken a toll on our mental health and there’s no doubt it’s been difficult.