Category Archives: inclusion

The CP Vigilante Zachary Fenell names the injustices cerebral palsy misconceptions cause.

Injustices Caused By Cerebral Palsy Misconceptions

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Fighting injustices sounds admirable. Just view injustice’s definition, “the condition or practice of being unjust or unfair.” Or, at least that remains the meaning Collins English Dictionary – Complete and Unabridged, 12th Edition gives. Other dictionaries utilize alternative wordings to define the term. Avoid losing yourself to such specifics though! Instead highlight the commonality among…

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Better Safe Than Sorry, Or Not?

Better Safe Than Sorry, Or Not?

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Maybe a parent or another loved one uttered the phrase to you. “Better safe than sorry,” reasons your mother, father, grandparent, friend, third cousin Richie, whoever! Although the person saying the words varies, you typically find consistency in the why. Within the four words you will uncover a hint, “better safe than sorry.” Your safety!…

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Finding Disability Equality in Sports

Finding Disability Equality in Sports

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Picture the audience at a sold out sporting event. Now imagine an inclusive crowd. Did the image in your head change? Yes? That right there demonstrates how sports effectively create disability equality. Given I need to point out the disability says a lot. When you pan across sports spectators you see one group. Fans! Anyone…

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Examing my 5k experiences I spotted a common theme. You belong!

You Belong! No Matter Your Cerebral Palsy

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Understand you belong. No matter your cerebral palsy, you belong! Unfortunately, your own self-talk could try to convince you differently. Today’s post aims to equip you to overcome said negativity. By the end you will not need me saying “You belong.” Instead you will stand tall as possible, ready to declare “I BELONG!” Trust me,…

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How do your thoughts on inclusive education compare?

Thoughts On Inclusive Education From Real People Like You!

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Inclusive education looks different for each student. Recent Twitter chats reinforced said fact. Chats I participated in. Today I share highlights from those chats. Addressing Layers Actually my roles in these aforementioned chats go beyond participant. First on Tuesday, April 12th I guest hosted #iechat. An inclusive education chat for teachers, #iechat happens Tuesdays at…

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