Category Archives: costumes for people with disabilities

IHOP. Geddit?

I truly admire Josh Sundquist. And no, it is not because he is a Paralympic athlete (I’ve been there) and a motivational speaker. (I’ve done some of that) The reason I admire Mr. Sundquist is more simple than that. This is a … Continue reading

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Right On, Target!

https://www.yahoo.com/parenting/priceless-target-ad-goes-viral-for-all-the-right-184054339.html Target’s latest ad for Halloween features a little girl on crutches front and center on the page, dressed as Elsa from Disney’s “Frozen.” To me, this is inclusion at it’s finest.  Nobody is highlighting her disability, instead, it is … Continue reading

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