Only You Can Prevent Bullying

In grades K-12, 1 in 7 students is either a bully or a target of bullying.  Whether it’s a post on social media, constant refusal to include a peer at lunch or messing up a locker, bullying hurts others and . . .

How to Recognize Bullying

Everyone wants to fit in and be accepted by those around them.  But for kids like Joey and Anita this remains a dream.  Anita, who has cerebral palsy, is taunted by classmates whenever she has to run in P.E.  And . . .

Anxiety in the Classroom

It’s a new year…so what is there to worry about?? Now that we have made it through another packed holiday season (some of us while trudging through wicked winter weather), we can finally settle down and look forward to rolling . . .

How One Filmmaker Looks at Inclusion for His Son

Recently I had the opportunity to watch Including Samuel, a 58-minute documentary by filmmaker Dan Habib about his young son who has cerebral palsy.  It’s a really well-made film, exploring the potential and the challenges of inclusion from Mr. Habib’s . . .

An Inclusive Congregation – Changes Our Church Made to Welcome All

Our friend, Michael Sherriff from Parkside Community Church (Westwood, New Jersey) saw a need within his church to welcome and include people with disabilities in their congregation. Last February, he applied for and received our free G.L.U.E. (Giving, Loving, Understanding . . .