A New Year of Learning

BACK to SCHOOL Article 2 To celebrate the new school year here are some of my favorite posts. Article 1: Why Do We Go to School? Article 2: A New Year of Learning This is one of my favorite stories–an updated article from when Aaron was 8 years old and Tommy 6....

Olympics and Disabilities| Lessons in Inclusion

Olympics, Disabilities and Inclusion There are many legends around the origins of the Olympics. But the main idea was countries and individuals would meet every 4 years and set aside conflicts–and this shared experience would lead toward greater understanding...

Systems Theory| Family Reunions part 2

This is Part 2 of a 3 part series: Going to the family reunion, or not? Part 2: The Circles of Life See Part 1: Going to the family reunion, or not? See Part 3: Going to the family reunion? Shave your armpits. The Circles of Life We’ve all heard the quote about...

Going to the family reunion, or not?

Going to the family reunion, or not? My cousin rented her local swim club and invited all 26 cousins and their families for our annual family reunion. She scheduled it on a Saturday when many of my cousins would be in town. She is working hard to keep our large family...

Chocolate Covered Fun for All Ages and Abilities

Mouth watering? Don’t these chocolate covered strawberries look delicious? For the Holidays, or any day, what about making chocolate covered treats or gifts for the people you love? Chocolate Covered Fun for ALL AGES and Abilities Parents, Special Education...

Supported Employment| Mobile Work Crews

photo credit: Bobasonic In the last post, Memorial Day and People with Disabilities I talked about how Aaron, my son who has autism, worked at a cemetery after he graduated from high school. To the best of my recollection, this is how it worked: The Landscaping Mobile...