IRun4 matches runners and athletes with disabled children and adults. The runner sends photos and messages to the person they're running for, motivating themselves to work harder and making their buddy feel special in the process.
A panelist at last week’s Farms and Ranches Enabling people with Disabilities (FRED) Conference spoke about how soon parents should start preparing their developmentally disabled children for adulthood, which provided a powerful perspective. But the fact that the speaker is 11 years old is only part of his amazing story.
Lisa Friedman's insight:
LOVE that this journalist "gets it right" in word choice for the title!
After the group of fifth-grade football players from Massachusetts found out their 6-year-old water boy was being teased for his attire and speech, they played great defense and showed him their support.
ChicagoNow (blog) Truly Including Children with Special Needs – Special Gifts Theatre ChicagoNow (blog) One of the most painful parts of having a grandchild with special needs is watching the child I love struggle to “fit in.” I have written...
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