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What I Want New Parents to Know About Teaching Children About Disabilities

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Dear new parents, It’s so exciting to see new parents. They make me happy and teary-eyed. A child born and coming to our world.

Watching children grow, say their first word, and show their talents. I love kids so much because they’re often full of life and pure innocence and are usually eager to learn.

I’m an autistic, neurodiverse person. If you have kids, please teach your children to make friends with other kids with disabilities.

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