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Choosing Sides On School Inclusion

Special education should be a service for children, not a place they are sent. 08/21/2016 05:20 pm ET Updated Aug 22, 2016 WWW.NEWSANCHORTOHOMEMAKER.COM It’s a journalist’s job to present the…

Wheelchair Waterpark.

Every major city needs one of these. Maybe the large amusement parks should look into adding this to their parks. Disney, Canada’s Wonderland, 6 Flags, etc…

Talk to children about disability – and spare me more painful encounters

Devarshi Lodhia A boy on a train grabbed my arm and started playing with it. Even if he didn’t understand consent, his mother should have @devlodhia Sat 28 Jul 2018…

11 People With Autism Explain What Stimming Feels Like

11 People With Autism Explain What Stimming Feels Like Melissa McGlensey Contributor • 748 followers Follow Me Autism Spectrum Disorder 167K followers Follow Topic   Stimming, or self-stimulatory behaviors, are…

Inclusion Rates Lagging For Students With Intellectual Disabilities

by Shaun Heasley | May 15, 2018 Students sit in a special education class in Sanger, Calif. A new study finds that most children with intellectual disabilities over the past…

YOU Define Your Own #Success.

This is a truly inspirational message that everyone should follow. It doesn’t matter about your inabilities, people should focus on others abilities. Everything is not always a measurement. Believe in…

Humboldt Broncos

We are deeply saddened, like the rest of the nation, to hear about the tragic incident that took place on April 6. To show our support to those from the…

Apple proposes 13 new emojis to represent people with disabilities

https://www.stuff.co.nz/life-style/life/102622333/apple-proposes-13-new-emojis-to-represent-people-with-disabilities Apple proposes 13 new emojis to represent people with disabilities Apple has suggested a new set of emojis to better represent people with disabilities. In a submission to the Unicode…

How a backwards shirt led to a lesson in kindness for P.E.I. kindergarten class

News How a backwards shirt led to a lesson in kindness for P.E.I. kindergarten class CBC 11 hours ago How a backwards shirt led to a lesson in kindness for…

The secret to instant optimism: Ever do this?

The secret to instant optimism: Ever do this? Ben’s mini vibrating toothbrush broke the other day, tragic because one of his favorite activities is walking around and chewing on it….

Please Presume Competence When Meeting My Son With a Disability

“Oh, wow, he can read!” the woman commented. We were in Jamaica at our hotel’s coffee bar. My son, Max, had been scrolling the web on my iPhone for homes…

Are You Old? Infirm? Then Kindly Disappear

SundayReview | OP-ED COLUMNIST Are You Old? Infirm? Then Kindly Disappear Frank Bruni DEC. 16, 2017 Continue reading the main storyShare This Page Share Tweet Email More Save 672 Photo Nancy…