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Profile: Catherine & Ralph - Caregivers with Disabilities

Most times when caregivers are discussed, it’s within the context of someone without a disability caring for someone with disabilities. The popular paradigm almost never includes the real truth: people with disabilities are caregivers too. 589 more words

Aging And Disability

The book challenge

The written language has to be mankind’s biggest invention. This has enabled very old ideas to entertain and influence us today. I have a number of teachers, some used the oral tradition long enough that a few copies could be made, and that stored these words until a German man named Johan Gutenberg invented the method of printing. 1,279 more words


Night to Shine Special Needs Prom!!

We are but THREE short weeks away from the event of the year, our first ever Tim Tebow Foundation Night to Shine Special Needs Prom, brought to you by the Special Gifts Ministry of Geyer Springs First Baptist Church!!   365 more words

Geyer Springs First Baptist Church

Why Must We Lump The Bad With The Good?

What? 2 blogs in ONE day?!!! How did you guys get so lucky?! I have had a lot on my mind lately and I haven’t taken the time to blog about it. 256 more words

Accommodations: Dyscalculia

We are continuing with our current series on accommodations.  Today’s post focuses on accommodations for Dyscalculia.

Again this list is general in nature and does not cover all possible accommodations for Dyscalculia. 135 more words

Special Education

Celebrate Ed Robert's Today

Ed Roberts is often called the father of the disability rights movement. He may certainly be called the activist father.  His career as an advocate began when a high school administrator threatened to deny his diploma because he had not completed driver’s education and physical education. 579 more words