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It’s important that you spend time highlighting notable figures with disabilities and alotting them adequate representation in your decor, discussions, history lessons, and more
Some organizations and establishments have gone above and beyond to accommodate those with sensory disorders or ASD by offering special visiting times or areas that account for their cognitive differences
In today’s information age with all our technology and need to know everything, parents want and need to be kept in the loop as events warrant so that their child’s school experience and home experience work in concert to help best support the child.
The push for inclusion and representation in media doesn’t just stop at race or gender — ability is also an important aspect of representation for readers and consumers whose brains and bodies don’t look quite like everyone else’s.
This year Gerber kept it calm, announcing the first baby to win their contest with down syndrome.
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