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A journey of faith...Guest blogger Cathy Blatnik

Cathy Blatnik had contacted us following Inclusion Fusion wanting to share a wonderful story involving her ten year-old son (Dominic) with autism and ADHD. We thought Dominic’s story was very appropriate for Thanksgiving week. 736 more words

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A shocking statistic...

When we were registering our 541 registered attendees for the Inclusion Fusion Web Summit, we included a series of questions to ascertain the interests and experiences of our attendees. 598 more words

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Fairytale or Real?

The story unfolds in such beauty that it seems like a fairy tale. Perhaps it is just a fairy tale, or perhaps it really is a true unfolding tale that will someday end with, “and they all lived happily ever after”. 406 more words

Leading online support groups...Lorna Bradley

“Can you hear me now?” Leading online support groups at times may feel a bit like a Verizon commercial as you iron out the technical issues some may experience when videoconferencing for the first time. 992 more words

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Winding down Inclusion Fusion...

Thanks so much to everyone who has contributed to making Inclusion Fusion 2014 such a smashing success! We’ll share some statistics with our readers about the Web Summit over the next week or two, but we’ll have had over 500 participants for the conference who were HIGHLY engaged! 599 more words

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Updated: More stories of disability and church...

Why do we do what we do at Key Ministry? Why do the gifted and passionate people who came together recently for our Inclusion Fusion Web Summit… 6,007 more words

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Five Tips for Special Needs Ministry Leaders...Beth Golik

Beth Golik will be serving on our faculty for Inclusion Fusion 2014 and discussing the topic How to Incorporate the Special Needs Classroom into a Church-Wide Curriculum Alignment.  808 more words

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