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  • Writer's pictureJodi Samuels

Inclusion Starts at Community

When Caila was younger the other kids just accepted and included her. I always said the saddest day would be when Caila realizes she is different or when her peers realized that she is different and started treating her differently.

I honestly believe that kids are blind to differences in others be it color, different abilities and other differences. Children who grow up in inclusive environments see a disability as one more aspect of diversity. Let’s stop the labels and shift mindsets by celebrating neurodiversity.

Inclusion starts at community - which means YOU


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