Making a Difference

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From Special to Ordinary

How do we help your loved one shift from the “special” to the “ordinary”? Special classrooms, programs and groups. Our family members with developmental disabilities are forced to live a...

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Empowering Ability

in·de·pend·ent /ˌindəˈpendənt/ adjective 1. free from outside control; not depending on another’s authority. 2. not depending on another for livelihood or subsistence. We all know what it means to be...

Millicent Nicole Huser Shares With Us 0

Millicent Nicole Huser Shares With Us…

Millicent Nicole Huser College is a goal for many, so it is “on the radar” early on in their lives. They prepare for it by taking certain classes, joining certain...

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Tips for Inclusion and Friendship

Inclusion and Friendship Timothy Rohrer is a young adult with autism who is a passionate advocate of disability inclusion. He is the author of a teaching guide called “How to...

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Honoring the Legendary Dick Hoyt

“Yes, you can!” – Richard (“Dick”) Hoyt, Sr. (American inspiration for runners, fathers, and disabled athletes) Inspiration and Encouragement for Special Needs Fathers When you think of the word “dedication,”...