- FeaturedHas your child ever done something just so amazing that you feel like you're about to pop with pride? Mary tells the story of how her daughter learned to swim, on her own, following her own rules...
- Is this speech, Lesley talks about learning to imagine an accepting community and encourages her listeners to empathize with others while also acknowledging their own deep feelings. Her Aware Bears project creates awareness and support for people and families living with cerebral palsy.
- Lesley Potgieter writes about how it can be difficult to live up to mainstream standards as a person with disabilities. She encourages parents to help their children create their own standards and live life on their own terms.
- What happens when a child with a disability is in a mainstream classroom? How can teachers accommodate their students with special needs? Lesley Potgieter describes her own experiences as both a disabled student and a teacher.
- Marsha Peterson writes about her son, Chad, and how she helped him learn to communicate. Chad was born with Down syndrome, diagnosed with autism, is hard of hearing, and near blind in one eye.