When something makes you different from many of those around you – whether it’s how you look, act, talk or move – it tends to reflect how others define you.
As Election Day approaches on November 8th, those with special needs may be wondering about what experience they’ll have at their local polling station, especially if it’s their first time
As we noted in our previous blog post on the state of Ohio’s disability care in 2016, the state has made improvements in recent years toward including those with disabilities
When we read this recent article in the Richmond Times-Dispatch about the long wait list for services in Virginia, we couldn’t help but note the similarities to
Self-advocacy is a living approach for persons with disabilities in order to feel empowered and in control of their lives. People with developmental disorders have historically been forced to feel