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They Said I Couldn’t, So I Did: How I Learned To Embrace My Disability

by Chris Lenart (Shared by Chris Lenart on the Cerebral Palsy Guide, reprinted with permission.) My Life with Cerebral Palsy When I was born, there were no computers or Internet, so my parents couldn’t Google “Cerebral Palsy”. They had to research everything. Actually, when my parents found out that I had Cerebral Palsy (CP), my [...]

By | March 20th, 2017|Adult Support|Comments Off on They Said I Couldn’t, So I Did: How I Learned To Embrace My Disability

The Best Revenge I Ever Got

by Angela Becker This story starts about ten years ago, when I was in third grade. I was ten years old, and struggling somewhat in school – for good reason. While I can’t recall being bullied by my peers much (I can only think of one time when the class bully actually picked on me), [...]

By | December 9th, 2016|Adult Support, Autism, Child Development, Education, Uncategorized|Comments Off on The Best Revenge I Ever Got

How To Know Your Rights As A Disabled Homeowner Or Renter

by Caroline Hampton, Open Educators It can be tricky to know what your rights are as a disabled renter or homeowner, but rest assured, there are laws put in place to help disabled individuals achieve the residence they’ve always wanted--and needed--and being familiar with them can help you when it comes time to choosing a [...]

By | December 1st, 2016|Adult Support|Comments Off on How To Know Your Rights As A Disabled Homeowner Or Renter