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When your night out finishes at 9.00 pm

Learning Disabled have a right to a normal social life

Would you wish your night out to finish at 9.00 pm, for most of you I would assume the answer would be no. 381 more words

Disability

Courage To Live My Life With No Regrets

Faith is something I know down to my toes, I have no doubt anywhere and no worries. Faith is a gift from Jesus Christ. To have faith is really a blessing in these most difficult times we all live in, economy, life, sickness, death, trauma and more.

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Donkey

Inside the Mind of Depressive Suicide: A Gimpy Monologue

 

I wish I could show you what it was like,
that every day I wake up with such fight.
The voices of the past that I thought that, 310 more words

Disability

Down's Syndrome Does Not Make life Disposable

Here’s a great article to mull over as the recent stories involving the de-humanisation of people with Down’s Syndrome increases.  We must keep waving the flag in favour of… 56 more words

Children

Skill sets

My job title is Family Teacher (or, one half of a Family Teaching Couple), and as I’m getting used to that I’ve been thinking about skill-building of late.   634 more words

Culture

What if

‘What if I could grow a hand?’, my ten year old self once asked ‘I could then climb the tallest tree. Up, up, I could climb all the way up. 124 more words

Musings

Representation of Disabilities and Persons with Disabilities in Avatar: The Last Airbender (and Legend of Korra)

Note: The later part of this essay will contain spoilers for the most recent episodes (as of 10/22/2014) of Legend of Korra, and there will be warning for when they will begin. 1,774 more words

Film