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Chato Has Found True Belonging in Family

Chato Has Found True Belonging in Family Chato Malone’s life didn’t start out very well. Sadly, he was a victim of parental abuse—his parents allegedly withheld food from him, and his father was reportedly a practicing alcoholic who was prone to fits
September 6, 2023

Because I Am Disabled: Autistic and Working on Films

by Scott Klumb Because I am disabled, I have fought through the highs and lows of employment and have found my stride. After years of trying different jobs in customer service and mental health, I have ultimately found my place in filmmaking.
October 17, 2023

The Runway of Dreams Celebrates Disability in Fashion

Mindy Scheier. Photo Credit: Runway of Dreams Foundation On September 13, Adaptive and accessible fashion was center stage. The Runway of Dreams Foundation, a public charity that empowers people with disabilities through inclusion in fashion and beauty, hosted the event at the
September 19, 2023

Direct Support Professionals Work Magic

Direct Support Professionals Work Magic This week, September 10-16, is Direct Support Professional Recognition Week. Mosaic direct support professionals and Mosaic at Home providers seem to work magic by turning possibilities into realities for people. It’s an important part of their work,
September 14, 2023

The Joy of Educating Kids About Disability in School

Before schools went on summer break this year, my Seeing Eye dog Luna and I were invited to do a special school program at The Admiral, a senior residence where I lead weekly memoir-writing classes for older adults who live there. Goudy
September 11, 2023

ASL in Education: It’s Not Just a Trend

Editor’s Note: Allison Friedman is an educator, advocate and artist with experiences addressing common barriers that people within the Deaf community might face when it comes to education. Among the many things she does, she provides ASL access for people in the
September 6, 2023
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