“Friends multiply joy and divide grief.” Cicero What are your most significant school memories? Probably not basic fractions, but definitely your best friend.
Maybe you can’t recall historical dates, but you can’t forget your first date. You never mastered literature, geometry, or physics, but you learned lessons about being a friend, losing a friend, and how to live and work with others.
Many students with disabilities find social situations challenging. They leave school unable to build meaningful relationships, cooperate at work, and sustain systems of support in their lives.Read more on themighty.com