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Disability and Inclusion Picture Books
Think about what you can do, rather than your limitations.
I strive to educate children about the similarities of their classmates with disabilities. I hope to show children and adults, that we are more similar than we are different. I explain the experiences of people with disabilities, and that all children regardless of their ability level or diagnosis should be included and find friendships within their mainstream classrooms.
This book tells the story of a young boy with Autism as he and his family find out about his disorder. The book explains some of the symptoms of Autism and could be used as bibliotherapy in the classroom.
This short children's book focuses on Sandy, who is trying to explain obsessive-compulsive disorder to her friends.
This story is to help children understand Down syndrome not as a disorder but as something extra that people with Down syndrome have. Listen to Sam as he tells you about his friends and school experiences as a child with Down Syndrome.
I hope this book will be a platform to help children and parents or professionals talk about difficult topics like classmates with Disabilities.
Experience what it is like to be inside the mind of a man with Obsessive Compulsive Disorder (OCD). Joe Fitzpatrick tells his story and his progress with his Obsessive Compulsive Disorder.
Robin can eat, play, and walk. Read her story and her progression with Cerebral Palsy.