Inclusion benefits the whole of society, not just the children who are different.Make the most of the opportunity you have to really make a positive difference to future generations, and show every child that differences are beautiful and that you don’t have to be top of the class to be brilliant.
Why we need to talk to our children about disability and differences.
How can we expect children to learn that beautiful is different, if we are acting like everyone is the same?
If you refuse to stop using this word, then you are no real friend of mine.
This article is up for an award in the 2020 Baps blogging award. If you think it deserves to win, please VOTE HERE - https://www.myfamilyourneeds.co.uk/baps/biggest-impact/ I'm not an easily offended person and I believe in gently educating people about Down syndrome. I always remind myself and others that we were all uneducated once, and that … Continue reading If you refuse to stop using this word, then you are no real friend of mine.