Advice on Talking to Abled-Bodies Children About their Differently Abled Peers

One of the main missions of The Realabilities is to teach typically developing children about their peers with disabilities in order to promote acceptance and inclusion. Of course children will have many questions and answering they may seem tricky. This post on The Mighty is by a grandfather of a child with cerebral palsy and it gives great advice on how to talk to able-bodied children about their differently abled peers. Read the blog post here


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