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A show about the fight for inclusion for kids with disabilities, and the overall disability rights movement.

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In the past few years, U.S. states started adopting the Able Act, which provides for tax advantaged savings accounts for people with disabilities. These accounts can be used to cover expenses such as housing, education,... more

Many schools across the country employ school psychologists. These professionals play a critical role in schools for all children both with and without disabilities. If you are a parent, no doubt your child's life has been touched... more

In March 2017, the United States Supreme Court ruled with an 8-0 decision that Individualized Education Programs (IEPs) must give students with disabilities more than minimal educational benefit. Many say about this case, which... more

There are many parents of children with disabilities and suspected disabilities who are experiencing difficulties with their child's education. These difficulties can range from chronic low reading and math scores, to behavioral issues, to getting... more

The Kiwanis Club of Bethesda, MD invited Amanda Garzon, Director of Communications and Marketing for the Hydrocephalus Association as their February 2017 luncheon speaker. Ms. Garzon gave ready to use tips and... more

Hosts talk with long time disability education attorney Brian Gruber about the ins and outs of securing an appropriate education for your child with disability. Warning -- we may be funny and smart at the same time.

What does it take to change disability policy? What is it like to make the policies that affect millions of lives. We speak with a real insider - The Hon. Robert Pasternack, former U.S. Asst Secretary of Education and current Chief... more

Meet Tara Dolan of Arlington VA, one of the leaders of the Best Buddies Chapter from Washington & Lee High School in Arlington VA that was recognized in 2015 for being the BEST of the BEST at the Best Buddies international conference.... more

Dr. Amanda Zeller is a developmental optometrist in the Washington DC area who treats adults and children with disabilities. Many people with ADHD and Autism have underlying vision issues and these issues often go undetected. Dr.... more

Students with disabilities are not exempt from testing including standardized tests. This is good because we want our students to be held to the highest of standards as well and be able to compete with their non disabled peers. Join us in a... more

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