This article is all about free stuff for adults with disabilities (and/or special needs*) Why? Because there are a more than a few lists of free things, resources and help out there for kids with disabilities (and/or special needs*), but I’m not sure I’ve ever seen one for adults with disabilities.. Which is either flattering or really depressing.
Adults with special needs deserve as many breaks that they can get. The simple act of introducing them to the concepts of common courtesy, good manners, and how to act as a friend does more than just make them well-rounded—it gives them the opportunity to make friends, develop a healthy social network, and enjoy a more rewarding life.
Jul 13, 2015 · Hollywood has worked hard to give us a clear image of what the intellectually disabled look like -- charming, simpleminded folk with boundless empathy and compassion, like Forrest Gump, Radio, and whatever the hell Sean Penn's name was in I Am Sam.Those may all be accurate portrayals of people at the higher end of the disability spectrum, but Hollywood will never show you a realistic .
a young man with Downs Syndrome, for teaching adults and older youth with disabilities about the church. It provides comprehensive advice and guidance about how to integrate adults with special needs into the church community. The book includes a thirty-four lesson curriculum original music by Kinley Lange, and an appendix of sample letters.