52 Essential Inclusion Skills

Jodi Johnson, 47, Multiple Sclerosis  How would you explain Multiple Sclerosis to a child? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic illness that affects the central nervous system. The pathways in our brain and spinal cord that carry the signals to...
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Anita Williams, 53, Multiple Sclerosis  How would you explain Multiple Sclerosis to a child? This chronic disorder of the central nervous system leads to damage in the brain and spinal cord. Multiple sclerosis is generally regarded as an autoimmune disorder...
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Cheryl Angelelli, 54, Spinal Cord Injury (Paralyzed/Quadriplegic) What would you want the world to know about Spinal Cord Injury? I want the world to know that I am just like everyone else except I roll through life on wheels instead...
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Rebecca Babcock, Irritable Bowel Disease How would you explain Irritable Bowel Disease (IBD) to a child? It's normal for all kids to get bellyaches once in a while. But people with inflammatory bowel disease (or IBD) always get bad stomach...
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William Nagel, 52, HIV Positive/Undetectable How would you explain being HIV Positive to a child? HIV is a disease that attacks the immune system. When “sero-conversion” takes place weeks after exposure, there is an ‘event’ in which one feels to...
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