Posted by Adriana Carlson After my brother Colton, lost his legs in Afghanistan, I desperately wanted to help any way I could. My mom flew out to Maryland to be his caregiver as he healed, and my little sister went with her. My two remaining siblings, my dad, and I went to visit whenever we […]Read More →
Leadership on the Move. Sometimes it is the small things which make a big difference for people with disabilities.
Update This is a re-post from our former Tango Community site. The story is about innovation and leadership and demonstrates the progress people can make given the right resources and supports. Everyone mentioned in this blog post has moved into new leadership opportunities and will have a powerful impact on supports for people with disabilities […]Read More →
Posted by: Sally Richards Media Marketing Consultant 20/20 Captioning and Reporting SRichards2020@aol.com http://www.2020captioning.com/ Imagine for a moment, the soft sounds from the hum of car, hoo hoo from a morning dove, crinkle-crinkle of leaves and splish-splash walking through a puddle. . Sounds are often taken for granted when one is in harmony with a world […]Read More →
Think Before You Buy! What You Need to Know before You Get an iPad for your Child with Special Needs
By Brian Simms (Mikelle’s AT Guy!) Colorado Therapy Associates My grandfather always said, “When all else fails…think.” That’s what he told his high school chemistry students up until he retired at the age of 75 and I am reminded of that everyday when I see it written on his desk I inherited when he passed […]Read More →