Rethink Halloween through the lens of inclusivity, and you’ll quickly recognize several ways that some “traditional” ways of celebrating are far from fun for everyone. Recognize the often-overlooked reasons why. Discover helpful tips for making future Halloween celebrations truly inclusive.
Improve both your understanding and your ability to treat people with disabilities with dignity and respect by absorbing these valuable principles that are firmly grounded in the real-world, daily experiences of disabled individuals.
An ally is someone who provides support to a community they’re not a part of, joining their fight for equality, rights, and inclusion. Here are ways to be an ally for people with intellectual disabilities.