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When Inclusion Works, the Possibilities Are Infinite

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Do you have a child with a disability? If you do, I’m almost positive that at some point in this parenting journey you have felt the pain of wanting them to be happy and included.

Do you have a child without a disability? Have you ever been sad when your child felt left out? If you have, I can confidently say to multiply that feeling by infinity and you’ll have a small understanding of how awful it feels when your child with a disability is excluded.

Infinity. Infinity. My daughter Ashlynn is now 12 and started middle school. She’s only ever been invited to one peer’s birthday parties.

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