The Sunday Paper for March 23, 2008…

March 23, 2008 Kyron 2 Comments

…and a cup of coffee

Every Sunday I hope to offer you my version of the Sunday paper with articles from thecoffeepaper1 The Sunday Paper for March 23, 2008... past week or two, relevant or uplifitng (or both), on various issues within the special needs community.

Trip planned to protest cuts to special needs program
An Alabama woman is planning a trip to the state capital on Wednesday to protest proposed cuts to the state’s Early Intervention Program.

Special needs music box artists share their gifts
Art Access is a place for people with differing abilities to come together and grow creatively by learning about art and each other.

Disability no barrier for Gaither Athlete

High School sophomore Casey Garber says he’s not trying to prove anything by competing in track and field just because he has cerebral palsy.

Program targets kids with special needs
Pennsylvania Parks and Recreation program has started two programs for children with special needs and their parents

Bid to turn Castlehyde Hotel into care centre for special needs kids
Bid to take a hotel closed in 2005 and turn it into a day care center for children with special needs.

Advocate brings disability awareness to students
Kokomo students learn about difficulties people with disabilities face in everyday life in an event that Russ Ragland has brought to the High School for the past eight years.

Prime Time Disability
While its becoming more common to see people with disabilities on primetime television, unfortunately it hasn’t broken it’s habit of using able-bodied actors to fill the roles.

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Currently there are "2 comments" on this Article:

  1. Velma says:

    Boy, I wish there were a recreation program around here like that.

  2. Kyron says:


    Wasn’t that great? I thought it was so great this mom had started something like that. Knowing other parents dealing with similar issues as you and getting your special child opportunities to socialize are so important to both us and the kids! Where do you live? Maybe someone knows of something in your area?


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