52 Essential Inclusion Skills
52 Essential Inclusion Skills
52 Essential Inclusion Skills
52 Essential Inclusion Skills
52 Essential Inclusion Skills
52 Essential Inclusion cards arranged in a heart shape with the tin container on top
52 Essential Inclusion Skills

52 Essential Inclusion Skills

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An A to Z Guide to Kindness, Compassion, and Respect for Diverse Abilities.

LEVEL 1:  AWARENESS.  Redefine "normal" to reduce unfounded fears, biases, and misconceptions.

LEVEL 2:  ALLYSHIP.  Actionable inclusion skills and strategies to embrace the differences in all of us. Move from sympathy to empathy. Lip service to real kindness.

LEVEL 3:  ADVOCATE.  Concrete tips on how to advocate for yourself and others. Each card features children and adult heroes living with different illnesses and unique abilities. Learn how to speak up for yourself and represent the under-represented by sharing your story.

Language, Understanding, Kindness.

Inclusion Skills card deck with back of the cards lined up
six cards on topics of numb, balance, chronic

Perspective-Taking and Storytelling.

WHY?

52 Essential Inclusion cards arranged in a heart shape with the tin container on top

ABOUT THE CREATORS

A portrait of Dr. Jenny Woo

Dr. Jenny Woo

Dr. Jenny Woo is the Founder/CEO of Mind Brain Emotion. As an MBA social entrepreneur and a Ph.D., she is passionate about bridging science and practice. She dedicates her career to helping people realize their potential -- on their terms. She has worked as a Montessori School Director, a Cognitive Science Researcher on building memory and growth mindset, a certified fitness trainer, an MBA Career Coach, a University lecturer, a Management Consultant, and an HR professional in workplace engagement and wellness.

She is the creator of award-winning card games and mental health tools to help children and adults build emotional intelligence and social mastery. Her bestselling games, 52 Essential Conversations and 52 Essential Coping Skills for families, schools, and workplaces, have been featured by The Harvard Gazette, Business Insider, and Forbes.

A portrait of Julie Stamm sitting and smiling

Julie A. Stamm

Julie A. Stamm was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) in 2007. Following her diagnosis, Julie made it her mission to educate, advocate, and support others battling chronic illnesses. She works tirelessly to help lessen the burden each patient has to bear. Her efforts have given her the opportunity to work with physicians, patients, and foundations across the Globe.

After the birth of her son in 2016, Julie shifted her focus to supporting the children of parents with a chronic illness. Her children’s book entitled “Some Days: A tale of love, ice cream, and my mom’s chronic illness” was created to normalize differing abilities and amplify how each of us can thrive in spite of the challenges.

Julie's website: http://iamstamm.com/

Julie and Jenny partnered with PBS and WNET Education to provide free resources on "Parenting with Health Challenges"

Parenting with a Chronic Illness

This video features Julie Stamm living with multiple sclerosis, who highlights ways that she and her son have turned tough moments into fun adventures.

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Documenting Everyday Moments

Julie Stamm shares how she and her husband use letters and photographs to capture and remember special and everyday family moments.

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Workshop: Parenting with Resilience and Empathy

Developed by Dr. Jenny Woo and WNET Education, the goal of this 45-minute workshop is to raise awareness of chronic illnesses and support parents/caregivers in navigating health challenges and disabilities, whether for themselves, their child, or their community.

Download the Facilitator Guide

Additional Resources from Health Central

A Validating Diagnosis

At the age of 26, Julie Stamm finally got a name for the mysterious symptoms she’d been having. It was MS. That set her life on a very different path.

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She's Supermom...With MS

Julie Stamm isn’t like other moms. Having MS means getting creative about how she takes care of her son, like making a ball pit in the bathtub when she was unable to take him to a birthday party.

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When MS Symptoms Get Worse

Julie Stamm talks about a time when she felt like she had control of her MS, and then she didn’t. Each time her MS symptoms progress, this mom, author, and advocate knows there will be a new normal to get used to.

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Montel William Interviews Dr. Jenny Woo

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