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A Day on Wheels

A Day on Wheels Celebrating Sarah’s accomplishments Barnard College student, Sarah Kim, has never let Cerebral Palsy stand in her way. A Day On My Wheels celebrates Sarah’s accomplishments, determination and passion for life.

Mocking at the Mall

Mocking at the Mall To the Girls who mocked my Son at the Mall Last evening as I walked through the nearly empty mall with my two youngest, you five girls were behind us by several yards. We had just seen a movie and were in great spirits. We were walking

Canadian Education

Canadian Education Disability and Inclusion in Canadian Education This report provides a general picture of special education policies across Canada, and finds that the majority are more than 10 years old and out of step with current practices around inclusive education. The report also provides a detailed overview of inclusive education

What is Inclusion

What is Inclusion Whats it all about Inclusion is part of a much larger picture then just placement in the regular class within school. It is being included in life and participating using one’s abilities in day to day activities as a member of the community. For this story and more

Judys Story

Judys Story Our grandson was diagnosed with a life threatening disorder 18 years ago our family became aware that our grandson was diagnosed with a life threatening disorder. I had always felt compassion for others who were less fortunate health wise, but now, it was our family who was experiencing a

Opposite of Bullying

Opposite of Bullying It's all about Empathy This wasn’t the original post I planned for this week, but I thought I would write about something that is going on in my life. I’m sure you all, as my readers, won’t mind if I get down to a more personal level. I

Thelmas Story

Thelmas Story A Story about her Husband On New Years Eve 1985/86, while on holiday in Minden Ont., my husband got a headache and felt sick to his stomach. When three days had passed and he slept more than he was awake we decided to go back home and see our


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