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technology helps with inclusion

I often think about what my life would have been like if I was born era. Because I was born a very small premature and my birth weight was nearly unheard of. I survived and now I am grateful to … Continue reading

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2 eye-opening keys to being included

When we all think about the latest party we attended we most think about what a great time they had or what they did in terms of planning, if they hosted but have you ever stopped to think about if … Continue reading

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the social impact of the internet

Have you ever stopped to think about the impact of social media creating an environment of social inclusion? Not many people have, and truth is that I hadn’t either. If you have been a long time reader of this blog … Continue reading

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social isolation and cerebral palsy can be helped by social media

All my life I have struggled with talking to my friends. I know I am not alone with the social isolation that cerebral palsy can create, but have you ever stopped to think how social media can help? It is … Continue reading

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Coming to Terms with the Perception That I Am Different

Many people, myself included, struggle with the word normal. Not just with what it means, but how it factors into their lives. dictionary.com defines the word normal as: “conforming to the standard or the common type; usual; not abnormal; regular; … Continue reading

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track and field in school

When I was in grade seven or eight, I don’t remember which I was able to attend with the rest of my school, the local track meet. My friend who is also in a chair, and I decided we wanted … Continue reading

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Lets create social inclusion and remove social isolation

You can’t teach children social inclusion. I believe that the opposite of social inclusion is social isolation and I feel like that the sad reality with a disability is that more often then not they know the social stigmas of … Continue reading

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