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Then and Now

When Kirstin was two years old, I was the chairman of Mother’s March for March of Dimes in Chandler, Arizona. The local newspaper sent a reporter to our home to interview me. 695 more words

Blog

The Opposite of Everyone by Joshilyn Jackson

I was born blue.
If my mother hadn’t pushed me out quick as a cat, I would have been born dead and even bluer; her cord was wrapped tight around my neck.

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breaking the stigma around asistive living for younger people with disabilities

I know I’ve blogged about this a time or two because it’s a subject I’m very passionate about.

Asistive living, a setup where seniors can have their basic needs need, have the security of staff that get their issues, but the flexibility to thrive in their own lives, is such a common place concept. 1,962 more words

Mental Illness

Sample of "Connecting the Dots ... with The Respect Principle"

 Connecting the Dots … with The Respect Principle

 ISBN 978-0-9810023-2-3

Kaitlin Ann Trepanier

Published by Kaitlin Trepanier Publications

E-Book Distributed by Smashwords

© Copyright 2015 Kaitlin Ann Trepanier… 2,647 more words

Province supports Edmonton group home closure after teen charged with murder

EDMONTON – An Edmonton group home for high-risk youth teens that was the subject of complaints about rowdy behaviour and crime is closing its doors for good. 600 more words

Politics

Tales from the Group Boy's Home V

Innocence reaching for invincibility

Wet leaves on an old roof

Impossible stretch

For such short arms

Small hands grasping at air

Falling too fast

Impact

Proof of mortality

Short Ramblings

SJC City Council November 3 Agenda Actions

Larry Kramer’s thoughts on the November 3 City Council Meeting . This meeting lasted less than 1 hour so there is not much to report. 238 more words