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By Lisa Ayers
I have worked directly with individuals with developmental disabilities. I have also researched actual practices and attitudes of how people with developmentally disabled were treated throughout history. I combined my fictional characters and settings with my research to compose this novella. My...
Novel | Updated Aug 21, 2013 | Reads: 142 | Comments: 15 | Likes: 36
Starting to learn what being a mom means.
I wrote this for a class project a couple years ago but I did some serious revision. Tell me what you think.
Inspired by Anne Frank and the Holocaust
yes I know it is misspelled that is on purpose, you see i am Dyslexic. This is the very abbreviated story of my life with Learning Disabilities and what they mean to me. AWARD WINNING WORK. Worth a read
By Rachel Warren
Life wasnâ€™t always easy as people think when they met me. Coming from Baptist family and being Pastorâ€™s daughter. People always think I am always happy. There more than what you know behind the close door. I am willing to take you far back when I was born and where I came...
Everything is fine;
Thatâ€™s what my father said all the time.
Harry and Sarah are two disabled lovers living in a sub-standard group home. She is plagued with thoughts of how wonderful it would be to be "normal", until one night she gets a rude awakening...
Short Story | Updated Nov 15, 2010 | Reads: 5 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Mia Quinn
It's a poem that I wrote regarding my views on the three monkeys and their meanings. It sorted of came up after seeing my brother's new tshirt of the three skulls.
Poetry | Updated Jul 23, 2010 | Reads: 0 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 2
IN this story from the autor of Bloodbond: Empathy, talks about the life and adventures of: Skullz, Lonewolf,Glossy,Ani and Crutch(later reffered as Emmett), they are five kids with learning disabilities and are known as the little kids. Watch as they try to have fun in the big world around...
Novel | Updated Jul 12, 2010 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
This book, Violet's Way, is a realistic fiction/school story for ages around 9 and up about a girl who is in a wheelchair. Her voice cannot make sound so she uses a robotic box. It is about her life at school, home, and therapy and how she tries to fit in and answer some of life's hardest...
By Be My Escape
For people who are getting mocked and lied about for something you can't help. I really need to write something happier.
Poetry | Updated Oct 21, 2009 | Reads: 1 | Comments: 1 | Likes: 1
By Jp Shaw
Article written by JP Shaw on the problems a family can face while raising a child with disabilities.
Back cover blurb:
Christmas Eve, 1976: a man dies, tied to his bed in a Victorian Mental Institution.
Andrew saw what happened. Eddie saw what happened. But their severe learning disabilities prevent them from communicating what they have seen.
Ten years later, the hospital is destined for...
Photo of Helen Keller with her teacher, Anne Sullivan